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Recipe of the Day: Jamaican Oxtail

The oxtail is a popular dish in the island of Jamaica. Oxtail is the tail of cattle that is sliced up and can be prepared with many side dishes and this delicacy also makes a killer gravy. 191 more words

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The oxtail is a popular dish in the island of Jamaica. Oxtail is the tail of cattle that is sliced up and can be prepared with many side dishes and this delicacy also makes a killer gravy. Today we will give you the recipe to make your own tasty, mouthwatering Jamaican Oxtail at home. Check out the recipe below. Ingredients 2lb of Oxtail 1 tin of broad beans 5 cups of water 1 onion 2 tomatoes 2 scallion 1/2 a scotch bonnet pepper 1/2 lb of carrots 2 cloves of garlic 4 sprigs of fresh thyme 1/2 teaspoon of all spice 1/2 teaspoon of salt 1/2 teaspoon of pepper Cooking Oxtail and beans - Chopping the vegetables Chop the scallion, scotch bonnet pepper, garlic, onion, tomato, carrot and thyme Oxtail and beans - Seasoning the oxtail Season the oxtail with scallion, scotch bonnet pepper, garlic, thyme, allspice, salt and pepper Oxtail and beans - Browning the oxtail Fry the oxtail and seasoning in a tablespoon of oil for about 10 minutes.

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