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Jamaican Potato Pudding Recipe

Jamaican Potato Pudding Recipe

This lady at work keeps giving me Jamaican potato pudding and it has been so much now that I have to ask her if she is drugging me?   


I mean seriously, I don't think anyone likes their boss that much right?  




I am sure she isn't harming me in any way, however, I told her I am now on a forever diet and can eat no more cakes, breads or puddings in excess so she stopped bringing it.  


Jamaican Potato Pudding is so good and the temptation when someone around you is eating it is so real and I think if you haven't tried it yet you should so here is the recipe below from Grace Foods so that you can get into this goodness before those New Year's resolutions kick in.  



4 cup(s) sweet potatoes 

1 can coconut milk 

4 cup(s) water 

1/4 cup margarine, melted 

2 3/4 cup(s) brown sugar 

1 cup(s) raisins, soaked 

2 teaspoon(s) vanilla essence 

1/2 cup(s) flour 

1 1/2 cup(s) cornmeal 

2 teaspoon(s) nutmeg 

2 teaspoon(s) cinnamon powder 

1 teaspoon(s) lime rind, grated 

1 1/2 teaspoon(s) salt 

2 tablespoon(s) lime juice 

2 tablespoon(s) white rum 



Peel and grate sweet potatoes.   

Pre-heat oven to 180°C (350°F). 

Combine Grace Coconut Milk, water, Grace Hello Margarine, sugar, raisins and vanilla, and stir. 

Mix together flour, cornmeal, nutmeg, cinnamon, lime rind and salt; set aside. 

Empty flour mixture into the grated potatoes.  

Gradually add the combined liquid and stir to remove lumps. 

Pour mixture into a well greased baking pan and bake for approximately 2 hours. 
To Serve: Allow pudding to cool; then combine lime juice with rum and sprinkle over pudding. 


Hope you enjoy it! 


- Keriki

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