Authentic Jamaican Pepper Pot Soup Recipe
Jamaican Pepper Pot Soup Recipe
by Nemonie Cassells
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I love food! Let me say it a little louder… I LOVE FOOOOOD!!I love food so much that it was important to me that I learned to cook my favorite cuisines!
There is always something cooking up in my kitchen, meals that most only eat in a restaurants, but nothing, absolutely nothing to me like my Jamaican cuisine!!!
Now listen up, soups are not my favorite meals to dine on, but when I do I appreciate a haughty bowl of creamy, steamy flavorful soup!
You can only imagine the excitement I created when I first tasted the Jamaican pepper pot soup!
I was at a local restaurant and I ordered it as an appetizer.
Needless to say, I requested to see the chef, we met, fell in love, got married and had 5 beautiful children together… just kidding, but wouldn’t that make an interesting story, Oh well!
I did meet with the chef though and requested a simple recipe minus whatever secret ingredients he might have added because I myself am a genius in the kitchen and would make my own, hair raising, toe curling, dancing in your chair, are you tasting this soup? soup!
And that's exactly what I did!
The Jamaican pepper pot soup is famous for this one Ingredient… the callaloo! The callaloo is a green leafy plant that looks like a Kale and spinach hybrid.
It is absolutely delicious and makes this soup one of the best to come out of Jamaica!
Here’s MY Jamaican Pepper pot recipe (below)…
NOTE: You can enjoy pepper pot soup even if you’re a vegetarian, just minus the meat!! ENJOY!!
Jamaican Pepper Pot Soup Recipe
Photo Credit: Ms Ann Marie Bulgin
- 1 lb. Salted beef (soaked overnight in water and cut in bite size pieces)
- 1/2 lb. beef stew (cut it bite size pieces and washed with vinegar)
- 1 bundle or stalk of Callaloo (stripped and chopped)
- 6 Okras (washed and cut into big chunks)
- 2 stalks of Escallion ( stripped and chopped into small pieces)
- 4 cloves of garlic (cut into halfs)
- 1 TBSP Garlic powder
- 2 sprigs of thyme
- 8 pimento berries
- 1 lb. yellow yam ( peeled and diced)
- 1/2 lb. coco yam (peepled and diced)
- 3 small green bananas (sliced in small pieces with skin on)
- 1 cup counter flour
- 1/2 pack Grace Coconut milk powder
- 1 1/2 pack Maggi Thick and Spicy soup mix
- Salt to taste (optional)
- 1 scotch bonnet pepper
- Add flour and water to make dough in a bowl.
Knead and set aside to make spinners (long dumplings) later.
- Put salted beef and beef stew in soup pot.
- Add garlic powder, 4 pimento berries and the desired amount of water. Set on stove to boil for about 40 min or until meat is tender.
- Shape spinners and add to pot.
- Add yellow yam, coco, banana, callaloo, and okras and let boil for 10 minutes.
- Add 1/2 pack of coconut powder, escellion, thyme, garlic, whole scotch bonnet pepper, remaining pimento berries, salt and Maggi Thick n Spicy soup mix.
- STIR WELL. let simmer for 15 mins then turn off flame.
- Serve soup hot in a bowl.
See that? Very simple after all :-)
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