Grace Ackees 540 g (Pack of 12)
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- Jamaica national dish is ackees and salt fish
- A bright red fruit that opens to reveal three large black seeds
- A soft, creamy white flesh
- Prepared like vegetables
- A popular breakfast
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Jamaica national dish is ackees and saltfish a favourite in Jamaica in and abroad. A bright red fruit that opens to reveal three large black seeds and a soft, creamy white flesh ackees are often prepared like vegetables. When cooked, ackees are similar in texture and appearance to scrambled eggs and they are a popular breakfast item and a tantalizing delicacy.
Top Customer Reviews
Basically, the idea is to substitute vegetable for animal fats as part of a healthier diet.
I use it as a substitute for a cheese spread when flavoured with mustard, salt and pepper and blended but I do find
the flavour is enhanced if I include a small proportion of grated cheese.
I blend the whole drained can contents with mustard, salt, pepper and cheese and keep it in the fridge and a can
lasts me a week.
I then use it as a spread but is also useful as a soup and stew thickener and flavour enhancer.