Total time: 30 mins
Caribbean cuisine is a reflection of the region's tropical climate and diverse cultural influences, inheriting from indigenous, Dutch, French, British, Africans, Asians and East Indian peoples. The flavors are bold, incorporating spices that for centuries were traded through Caribbean ports, and balanced by sweetness from tropical fruits like coconut and mango, or various derivatives of sugar, such as molasses and cane juice. The result is that, even simply prepared dishes like this Jamaican Run Down stew taste sublime.
Jamaicans call this fish stew "Run Down" because the fish is ...