Flavour your mince with Jamaican spices and serve up with a contrasting tropical chutney and fries.
Seasoned with a spicy jerk marinade and lightly smoked on your grill, this Jerk Pork is head and shoulders above the rest. The secret is in the marinade.
The tropical spices with a bit of bite give you the flavours of the West Indies.
These work well on a BBQ and they look fun too. Adjust spices to taste.
I first had this served over egg noodles, but served with rice is just as nice. Don't be frightened by this seemingly strange combination of ingredients - brilliant!
This Caribbean-inspired steak pairs perfectly with rice and beans.
This is one of the more famous sandwiches straight out of the island of Cuba. This sandwich is best served with fried plantain chips and a cold mamey milkshake.
This is one of the more famous sandwiches straight out of the island of Cuba.
If you have watched “Chef”, then you must know this Cuban Mojo Marinated Roast Pork is from that movie. The consultant chef in the movie is super generous to share his recipe.
A traditional recipe using a homemade mojo marinade. This is a two-day event. The pork is marinated in the fridge overnight then roasted, low and slow for hours, so plan for that.
Jerk chicken marinade is easy to make at home and the flavours are amazing, so why not try my fiery hot Jamaican jerk chicken. It's really worth the 15 minutes extra work, which is all it'll take to make your own marinade.
A quick and simple appetiser that Jamaicans eat on the beach, cooled by the gentle Trade Winds and washed down with a Pina Colada.
This dish of Caribbean sunshine is perfect for sharing with friend - make sure you marinate the fish in lemon and lime to get a really zingy taste.
It’s the taste of a summer vacation.
Some of the best street food in the West Indies includes these.