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|Coconut Pie||Extremely sweet like most Jamaican desserts, grated coconut is boiled with brown sugar and nutmeg until it becomes almost like treacle. It is then put into a pastry base, and baked in the oven. Served with a vanilla custard type sauce, or ice cream.||Jamaican|
|Barbecue Chicken||A Jamaican menu would not be complete without some form of barbecued chicken. Usually marinated and heavily spiced with pepper it is cooked with plenty of lime juice and sometimes rum is thrown over it whilst it is being griddled. A few Jamaican restaurants in the UK serve a ‘special offer’ of a ‘bucket and beer’, which is a huge bucket of barbecued chicken wings and a jug of Jamaican beer, to share amongst 4 or 6 people. Side dishes served with this would be griddled corn, rice and chargrilled pineapple.||Jamaican|
|Citrus Fish||A variety of freshly caught fish is served with citrus fruits such as orange, grapefruit and limes, either poached or grilled on the barbecue. Snapper is popular as well as swordfish but each restaurant will serve their own speciality. A generous sprinkling of fresh herbs and black pepper will bring out the flavour of the fish.||Jamaican|
|Fried Fish and Dumplings||A typical lunch or brunch dish served throughout Jamaica and popular in the UK with the locals. Fillets of fish (generally cod fish) are fast fried in a pan and served with floury buttery dumplings, either plain or spiced up with herbs and sometimes nutmeg and pepper. Very popular at weekends for brunch. Coconut oil is often used for frying.||Jamaican|
|Stewed Yams and Peppers||Delicious sweet potatoes are stewed with red, green and yellow peppers, and a touch of onions and garlic. Served on its own as a vegetarian dish or as an accompaniment to fish or chicken dishes. The pepper dish is often also served with scallops or other fish.||Jamaican|
|Lobster||Various sizes of lobster are found in Jamaica but in the UK generally smaller ones are used for this dish and simply grilled on a griddle or barbecue. The dish is served with ‘rice and peas’ which in actual fact is a rice dish with kidney beans or red beans, seasoned and fried. Sometimes the rice is cooked in coconut milk before frying, giving it a sweeter taste.||Jamaican|
|Rum Punch||The most famous drink of the island, rum punch is served in every Jamaican restaurant in the UK. One sip of this drink transports you to palm-fringed beaches. White rum is generally used and mixed cocktail style with orange juice, pineapple juice, lime juice, grenadine and ice, and topped with grenadine syrup, but each bartender will have their own version. Chopped fruit is also added, and sometimes a ring of sugar around the rim.||Jamaican|
|Brandy Alexander||A Brandy Alexander is a lovely creamy drink made with brandy or cognac and crème de cacao. A grating of nutmeg and sometimes dark chocolate is sprinkled over the top, giving the drink a sweet but spicy taste as you drink through the the liquid. Served over crushed ice it is actually quite refreshing in spite of the alcohol. Frequently served with a wedge of pineapple and a glace cherry.||Jamaican|
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