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by Rosalee Phang
Without you asking, I'll hasten to tell you that, outside of the obvious, ackee and saltfish and fried dumplings - which is my favourite, perhaps the most popular Jamaican breakfast menu ideas are these:
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This go-to breakfast is prepared in 5 minutes or less using one or more eggs. Fried to your liking, adding a pinch of salt and black pepper and placed between two slices of (usually) hardough bread .
The egg is sometime accompanied by fried plantains.
Cornmeal porridge, admittedly, is not love by many Jamaican children but eaten by all. Another quick fix, takes no more than about 10 to 15 minutes to prepare.
Here is the recipe.
I could tell you all about the nutritional and health benefits of callaloo (like spinach), but that's a different discussion, today is just a mention ;-)
The boiled bananas is pretty straightforward, you simply put a few freshly peeled fingers of banana in the boiling water, with a pinch of salt and allow to cook.
Now the calaloo, let me get you the recipe for preparing the calalloo - Jamaican style! Scroll down and follow me now.
Dem look nice nuh true? Agreed!
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