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Stewed Pork Ribs #TastyTuesdays | CaribbeanPot.com

Stewed Pork Ribs #TastyTuesdays | CaribbeanPot.com

Stewed Pork Ribs #TastyTuesdays | CaribbeanPot.com

Ackee And Saltfish Recipe #TastyTuesdays | CaribbeanPot



39 thoughts on “Stewed Pork Ribs #TastyTuesdays | CaribbeanPot.com

  1. Maple Bacon

    Omg. I love this. I'm making this for sure. Love your dishes. 1:28 Dollarama 2 dollar black pepper. I buy foods there too. Haha.

  2. stephanie valentine

    Hello Chris can you tell me how long can you keep green seasoning, my husband tell me it doesn't go bad.

  3. Josanne Paden

    oh gosh Chris, I doh even eat pork an yuh hah meh watching de whole ting like yuh go bring meh some wen it done….

  4. Hasan Rasheed Bey

    Yo Chris !! Stop yah-NonSense Boi Ever since the original post of this recipe it's been "game-match-set" I don't understand "outdated" when the original way to an age old recipe doesn't change, just those who call them selves cooks. Hey but what do I know.
    Appreciate you fam in all your presentations which are concise, colorful and a joy to learn from. Two thumbs up, and BigUps to you sir !! One…

  5. Rz

    Chris your a G, keep up the good cooking and work ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿพ๐Ÿ’ช๐Ÿพ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿพ

  6. Angel B

    You almost sound like you're mocking the person who requested a newer, updated version. ๐Ÿ™„A lot of people request a newer version, in case chefs or cooks have changed or elevated their recipes. Or, since it's been years ago, camera lighting and such could be blurry. Geez

  7. Jim Datlen

    Thanks for the recipe! I cooked up this dish earlier this week and it's great – I spiced it up a bit more by doubling the recipe and using a whole scotch bonnet pepper plus a teaspoon of homemade pepper sauce (your recipe again), and it was perfect for the way I l like heat. And after all the snow we've gotten this season already, this snowflake (me) needs some heat!

  8. bardolph01

    Hello from godforsaken Edmonton

    I ran across this recipe and had to try it. I've been made extremely happy by jerk chicken before, and ginger beer, made by caribbean types (Jamaicans in fact) living here; so when I heard about 'Jamaica's national dish' I sat up and took notice. I quickly found that salt cod, (canned) ackees, and scotch bonnets are all readily available round these parts. (I wouldn't even be surprised to find a few bags of pimento wood if I looked around a bit.)

    So I tried this, sticking very closely to your instructions, and the result was pure pleasure. I'd never even heard of 'ackees' until I watched this video — frankly, I was expecting something WEIRD AND FOREIGN TASTING — and I swear to god I didn't so much as sniff at the slightest bit of ackee until the cooking was totally complete; I wanted the total suprise-unknown-food experience. When it was ready, I stuck it all in a big bowl, all for my own fat face, and took my first bite into a fantastic new world.

    Second half of the bag of cod now soaking for tomorrow!

  9. Danny Morriss

    my mum tried making this when I was younger ๐Ÿ˜ฅ, I think I'm going to try it again. any tips on not making it oober salty?

  10. Doreen Gibson

    Man I done Di smell Di see n salt fish while you cooking it in the coconut oil. nutting better Dan dat. I like your live recipes.

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