CaribbeanChoice.com
   HOME |  Carnival |  Recipes |  Gourmet Shop |  Islands |  Games |  Market |  News |  Links |  Events |  Articles |  Forums  |  Search 
Jamaica
 Jamaica
 Main Menu 


 Food 


 Caribbean Corner 

Feedback   
Tell us what you think!
Tell us what you want!



Click Here!

 
   Tuesday, December 12, 2017 

Jamaica FlagJamaican Recipes - Main Highlight of Jamaica

By Kevin Nairvij

 Food / Dining     

Jamaican recipes are the most exotic and lavish of all in the Caribbean cooking that can be relished with almost 30 variety of food substances.

The National dish of Jamaican Island is Ackee with salt fish which is made with the indigenous fruit named Ackee. Though Ackee is a decorative tree cultivated in barely only some isles, but the ripe berry of the tree is indigenous to Jamaican recipes merely. When ripened, the bright red fruit of ackee release and turned into a yellow fleshy fruit accompanied by plenty of black seeds of large mass. The ackee flesh is a preferred breakfast stuff in Jamaican cuisine. However, it is not safe to consume the fruit earlier than it ripened, when it opens up then only it results in being edible.

Jamaican preparations are significantly influenced by distinctive styles of cooking around the planet. The ease and the enticing savor of Jamaican food is the result of the rich cultural heritage of the isle as well as the Caribbean traditions.

Jamaican food is long on flavor and variety with a penchant to very hot dishes including the famous Jamaican Jerk Chicken and pork that visitors would receive from the roadside Jerk huts. The 'Jerk' seasoning is the most vital element of Jamaican cuisine and the word 'jerk' is originated from the cultures prevailed in Jamaica in olden times. The food is highly seasoned and the chief seasonings are allspice famous as " pimento".

Among the world cuisines, Indian and Chinese cuisines had mainly influenced the methods of cooking in Jamaica. Jamaican preparations are reasonably beneficial with the utilization of wholesome and untreated food items. As compared to most northern countries, Jamaican food is improved and moderately distinctive.

Jamaican cuisine is the creation of a wealthy heritage and refinement of the Caribbean. There have been many habits influencing their eating giving it a very inimitable savor, flavor and aroma which attracts many tourists to the nation. The cuisine of Jamaica is one of the best reasons to go to the isle, and is a fantastic discovery for most travelers, and is a valid reason for Jamaican holiday.

 Resource Box     

For further information on Great Jamaican recipes please browse Jamaican Recipe. You may also have a look at some great Caribbean recipes by visiting Caribbean Recipe.

    Share |

    CaribbeanChoice Travel

    More Articles by Kevin Nairvij
    More Articles about Jamaica
    More Food & Dining Articles
    Recipe Section

    Views expressed in the article are those of the author and are not necessarily the opinions of CaribbeanChoice, its staff or members.


     Sponsored Links     

     Recently Added or Updated Articles     

    More Articles... - Submit an Article

     More Destinations     

    New Articles | New Recipes | Active Topics | New Links | Announcements & What's New

    Google
     

    CaribbeanChoice.com - Your Gateway to the Caribbean
    One Love. One People. All Caribbean!™

    Proverb: Cat foot soft but he can scratch bad.
    Meaning: Some people may seem friendly and understanding but it is not really so.

    del.icio.us digg technorati YahooMyWeb Reddit FURL BlinkList

    Member Center

    Welcome Guest

    Register
    Login

    Search  
    E-mail & IM 
    New & Updated Articles


     
    Travel Services




    Battle of the Islands


    Venezuela
    Current Leader

    Jamaica
    2nd Most Active

    Jamaica
    has 11246 vote(s)

    vutjebal
    Most Active User



    Complete Hosting Guide

    Life is Transformational

    Visionary Learning Studios


    HOME | Culture | E-mail | Community | Resources | Disclaimer | CaribProud.com | Advertising | About Us
     Copyright © 1998-2010 CaribbeanChoice.com. Inc.  All rights reserved.