If you love Jamaican jerk pork, try this version with the tantalizing addition of raspberries. Enjoy all those delicious spices as in the traditional jerk sauce, along with the requisite Scotch bonnet peppers and add a hint of sweetness of raspberries. It’s pure awesome sauce!
Sausage rolls are quite popular in New Zealand’s bakeries. They are eaten any time of the day as a snack or meal but are most popular at breakfast or lunch. They are quite yummy and may also be cut down to use as appetizers.
Tired of boring chicken? Try these awesome Apple Cornish Hens braised in an apple brandy sauce. Each Cornish game hen is filled with a savory potato, apple, and turnip stuffing.
Chicken Broccoli Stuffed Bread makes use of convenient refrigerated crescent roll dough to make a delicious meal the whole family will love. It’s almost too pretty to cut into. The savory chicken and vegetable stuffing will remind you a bit of chicken pot pie.
You’ll love the leftover meat in these fabulous Cheddar Pot Roast Hand Pies. The Cheddar crust is ridiculously easy to make using a food processor. The hand pies may be made a day in advance or frozen up to a month.
Herb Leg of lamb is marinated with herbs and spices, then roasted on a bed of carrots and leeks to bring out its natural, earthy flavor. Lamb is a traditional dish for Easter and Passover, but I love it year-round.
Spatchcock Herb Orange Chicken is a funny name for an unbelievably delicious entree. (Go ahead and giggle. I giggled myself the first time I heard the term “spatchcock.”) Basically, it means to open up the chicken so that it cooks flat, which also makes it cook faster.
You can’t get find a more authentic street food in the Caribbean than Jamaican Beef Patties. All of the islands have some version of these spicy meat hand pies, and they are now quite popular in the U.S. as well.