13% Fat 8% Salt 6% cal 5% Sat.Fat 4% Sug
- What you need
- 200g Tin Of Ackee
- 2 Beef Tomatoes
- 1 Large onion
- 2 Cloves Of Garlic
- 1 Sweet Pepper
- 1 Table Spoon Of Oil
- 100g Smoked Mackerel
- Fresh Ground Black Pepper
- Scotch Bonnet Pepper To Taste
- Heat the oil. Finely slice all the vegetables and cook until tender and then add the spices.
- Drain the ackee and add to the cooked vegetables, stirring very gently so as not to break the ackee.
- Cook for 3-5 minutes so that ackee is heated through.
- Add the chopped tomato, freshly ground pepper and mackerel, then cook for a further minute Serve immediately.
It is native to West Africa, but it is Jamaica's national fruit.
Ackee is mostly eaten as a main dish, although it is a fruit, followed by rice, yams, green bananas or some sort of dumpling.
A descendant of the lychee, similar to that of scrambled eggs, has a smooth texture.
Ackees is a firm favourite for a light meal or a special breakfast
This recipe utilizes a great source of omega 3, smoked mackerel, which will help keep your heart safe.
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