Jerk Mutton Stew

Jerk Mutton Stew

Last time I cooked mutton is was with a morrocan spice blend this time heading for the West Indies  with a hot & spicy jerk seasoning.

I love jerk seasoning its often used when BBQ, I have written before about my old neighbourhood carnival where everyone pulls out the charcoal BBQ with racks of jerk chicken and pork. There is even a jerk BBQ in the park opposite my work , it always sells out  and the smoke drifting across a sea of office workers add a holiday feel to any lunchtime

The weather is still not playing fair though so instead of any BBQ here is a hearty smokin stew with rich gravy , prepared by my lovely boyfriend .

Jerk Mutton Stew

300g of mutton , diced
3 tbsp of Jerk Seasoning (Ours was bought containing  Coriander , Nutmeg ,Star Anise, Pimento, Chilli, Ginger, Cumin & Paprika)
1 pint of chicken stock
1 large onion sliced
200g of carrots roughly chopped
2 cloves of garlic
200g  of potato diced
1 Fresh Scotch Bonnet Chilli finely chopped
1 Fresh Red Chilli finely chopped

  1. Mix the mutton pieces with the jerk seasoning leave for a few hour
  2. Fry onion,  garlic ,  chilli in a few tsp of sunflower oil
  3. Add the mutton,  cook until brown and add stock
  4. Simmer on a very low heat for 1-1.5 hours
  5. Add the potato and carrot for the last half hour.

Serve with boiled rice or rice and peas

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