YOUR Jamaican Recipes

YOUR Jamaican recipes, written in your own words, and with your own photos attached, are unique and special and will give joy to many.  There are people all over the world searching online for good and genuine Jamaican recipes. So give it a try and share YOUR recipes through Jamaica-No-Problem ... it's easy. 

Unlike the masses of recipes that get copied from one site to another with minor changes, YOUR recipe will be valued, and will become very popular with all the search engines ... Google, Bing, Yahoo, Opera, DuckDuckGo, and all the others.

YOUR recipe will become a winner ... so we all win ... You, Us, the search engines, and our visitors.

How Do You Submit Your Recipes?

It is very simple ... either type your recipe in a word processor and then copy and paste it into the box below, or even simpler just type it straight into the box below. 
But first, when you next have a cook-up take a few photos to send with your recipe .

Can You Make a Mess of It?

Suppose you can try ... but I go through EVERY submission before it goes public.
I will correct any obvious errors, and will delete any spam-ish submissions, which sadly some people take pleasure in submitting.

What About Photos?

Take some photos that show off your Jamaican recipe nicely, select the best four and you can add them just below the submission box.

Some people have problems submitting their photos. If YOU experience any difficulty you can try resizing them if you know how to a maximum width of 400 pixels ... this may solve the problem.  Or you can go ahead and send your recipe, but please contact me and I will let you know how to send me the photos so that I can add them to your recipe.

Go Ahead and ...

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Spread YOUR joy ... share your recipe ... and give our other readers something to enjoy.

Think of an appealing name for your recipe, and then ...



Recipes That Our Visitors Have Shared


Click on any recipe below to see what our other Visitors have shared ...


Jamaican Beef Patties 
Ingredients 3 cups all-purpose flour 1/2 teaspoon salt 2 tablespoons curry powder 1 cup cold butter or shortening 3/4 cup iced water 1 tablespoon …

Ahhh...Ras Natango's Cherry and Guava Juice 
At Ahhh...Ras Natango Gallery and Garden we make fresh seasonal Juices. During the month of August Cherries and Guavas are picked fresh from the Ahhh...Ras …

Ahhh...Ras Natango's Spicy Avocado Dip 
Avocado as with most tropical fruits are seasonal. They are huge and much more flavourful in comparisson with the ones I have seen overseas in my …

Tamika's Guava Jelly 
Guava is a very nutricious and seasonal tropical fruit, but you can find it all year round depending on which parish in Jamaica you visit. Here in …

Bron's Tuna Cakes 
I have named these Tuna Cakes in honour of a very special person who loves them. They are quick, easy to make, and delicious ... preparation time …

Janga (Cray Fish) Soup 
Cray Fish, called Janga in Jamaica, is a small fresh water Crustacean related to the lobster, otherwise known as Crawfish or Crayfish. Shrimp can be …

Natango's Chocolate Cake 
My husband and son love chocolate cake. I love chocolate bars, but alas not chocolate cake. Cake mixes are either too dry or too moist so I came …

Sorrel Drink 
Chris, This is the Jamaican Sorrel Drink that you enjoyed so much. Ingredieants 1 lb fresh sorrel 3/4 lb fresh ginger coarsely grated …

Macaroni and Cheese 
1 lb. Cheddar Cheese grated 8oz. Elbow Macaroni 1 cup Half and Half 3 Eggs beaten 1 Onion diced 1 Tbls. Dijon Mustard 1 Tbls. Worcestershire Sauce …

Sugar Syrup 
In Jamaica Sugar Syrup, needed for many mixed drinks, can be bought cheaply in many flavors. The most popular, found in almost every Jamaican home, …

Natango's Pizza Bread 
Jamaicans are laid back and take things easy. We cook everyday and we have to find quick inovative ways to eat healthily so we have more time to chillax …

Island Style Bread Pudding for the Lactose Intolerant 
Are you lactose intollerant? Do you love bread pudding but can not eat it because it has milk in it? Island Style Bread Pudding to the rescue. I …

Jamaican Steam Fish with Rice and Peas 
Rice and peas is eaten in most Jamaican homes especially on Sundays. This used to mean grating a dried coconut to extract the milk, and washing and …

Tammy's Banana Fritters 
My banana fritters are similar to the ones above but have no eggs or milk, and are excellent for persons looking to cut calories. I use a tea spoon …

Pineapple Upside Down Biscuits 
Pineapple Upside Down biscuits are quick and easy to make. Ingredients 1 10 ounce can crushed pineapple/drained but SAVE juice 1/2 cup …

Jamaican Stew Chicken 
Start the day before you want to cook this. Wash and pat dry 10 pieces of chicken (breast, thigh, or legs). Mix these ingredients into the chicken …

Pumpkin Soup 
Quick, easy and delicious. Cut pumpkin into small pieces Chop an Onion or scallion Chop one or two small sweet peppers Add some fresh Thyme …

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