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Do You Know These Jamaican Foods Names?

  • A dessert made of grated coconut and sugar:

    • Red Velvet Cake
    • Rice Cake
    • Grater Cake
  • Saltfish or mackerel, salt, onions, and scallions:

    • Fried Mix Noodle
    • Callaloo
    • Scallion
  • Rum, nutmeg, cinnamon, and condensed or coconut milk:

    • Chai Pudding
    • Irish Moss Drink
    • Sweet Pudding
  • Pastry tart filled with sweet and spiced coconut shreds:

    • Gizzada
    • Sweet Tarty Pie
    • Coconut Pie
  • Breakfast porridge made of cornmeal and flavored with sugar, nutmeg, cinnamon, and milk or coconut milk:

    • Nutmeg Porridge
    • Cornmeal Porridge
    • Porridge
  • Chicken feet, carrots, yam, boiled dumplings, and seasoned with Jamaican spices like Scotch bonnet pepper, thyme, and garlic:

    • Weird Soup
    • Chicken Foot Soup
    • Dumpling Soup
  • Jamaican sweet potato pudding, pone is a sort-of-kinda pudding made with sweet potato, cassava, or cornmeal and mixed with sugar, spices, and coconut:

    • Pumpkin Cake Pone
    • Sweet Potato Pone
    • Orange Pone
  • Round bread made of cassava flour that is said to be one of the oldest prepared foods in Jamaica:

    • Round Bread
    • Bammy
    • Cassava Bread
  • A red drink brewed from hibiscus:

    • Hibiscus Cool Juice
    • Sorrel
    • Red Flowery Juice
  • Made up of ackee, the national fruit of Jamaica, and saltfish, a dried and salted version of cod often used in Jamaican and Caribbean cuisines:

    • Ackee & Saltfish
    • Saltfish Veggies
    • Jamaican Saltfish
  • Made up of ackee, the national fruit of Jamaica, and saltfish, a dried and salted version of cod often used in Jamaican and Caribbean cuisines:

    • Yes
    • No

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