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HOW TO MAKE JAMAICAN BLUE DRAWS DUKUNU RECIPE JAMAICAN ACCENT 2016

HOW TO MAKE JAMAICAN BLUE DRAWS DUKUNU RECIPE JAMAICAN ACCENT 2016



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  1. Jay Harper

    just discovered your channel. Nice one. I remember my grandmother making this. She was authentic with her recipes so us kids had to grate the coconut, sweet potato and cassava. She would do the mixing and she had us taste it… that is how grannies teach you to get your recipe right. She would also cut the singe the banana leaves and how us how the wrap the blue drawers etc. memories.

    I have had the original Ghana Kenkey and it is savory. No raisins. Different variations are found in caribbean countries that were colonised by the British who took salves, predominantly from West Africa to work on the sugarcane plantations in the caribbean. In Jamaica the slaves were brought mostly from Ghana hence the great similarity with the cuisine of both countries. Culture is such a wonderful thing

  2. Nilaja Kamau

    Fyi: Right now in the u.s. you may find the "Jamaican sweet potatoes" renamed as "batata" or "Japanese sweet potatoes" outside of a genuine tropical grocery store. i buss out laughin' when i saw Japanese sweet potatoes sign in whole "pay check" foods!

  3. Andrew Hunt

    I remember my mum used to do this when I was a young boy and when my mum passed away I always remember taste of it not not many people know how to do it hey sis I'm going to learn to do this for myself thank you very much appreciate it even my wife was happy to see you do it thank you God bless you it's a it bring me back to my childhood thank you

  4. shashaneka

    😮Tht is similar to the Puerto Rican dish pasteles..I totally don't knw how to spell it..but both of my kids grandparents makes something like tht, its a tradition for Christmas and it haves pork or chicken wit squashed chick peas or wht eva in it OMG sooo freakin delicious😋 they usually put ketchup on it but I eat by itself😋

  5. Heavenly Beautifully Black

    I'm around so many Africans and I'm telling you that our dishes in the West especially Carib area people are almost exact. It's pretty much mostly West African but not only West. Take note that the old Ghana kingdom was larger than the modern day Ghana stretching from parts of Mauritania, Mali, Senegal, Ghana, Niger, Nigeria, to parts of Cameroon/Congo. All dem parts. I've learned this in my research.

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