Jerk chicken is one of this country's most famous and well-loved exports. A style of cooking native to Jamaica, jerk consists of meat dry-rubbed or wet-marinated with a spice mixture that contains the perfect balance of hot, sweet and spicy.
Cooked plantains are nutritionally very similar to a potato, calorie-wise, but contain more of certain vitamins and minerals. They're a rich source of fiber, vitamins A, C, and B-6, and the minerals magnesium and potassium.
An amanqina recipe is usually high in protein, and contains gelatin, calcium, amino acids alongside important nutrients and minerals like magnesium, phosphorus and selenium. So yes, a steaming bowl of cow's heels is certainly good for you!
This Jamaican Brown Stew Chicken is full of Caribbean flavor and can be made with minimal effort. It's the perfect stewed chicken dish.