Beef Pepperpot Stew with Spillers' Dumplings

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  • on August 26, 2013

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    I tried this recipe for the first time. It was so good! I was really proud of myself. I love Jamaican food. I normally have to go to a Jamaican restaurant. This recipe gave me the inspiration to try other recipes. Do you have more by Levi Roots?

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  • on April 17, 2013

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    So damn good! I made this last night. I couldn't find all the ingredients so I used collards not callallo. I used butternut squash, white sweet potatoes, yams and 1 habanero chile because I couldn't find the scotch bonnet peppers. I also used a lot more garlic. I will say this much though, not only does it taste great but works well as a congestion buster.

    I will definitely be making this again and look forward to purchasing Levi's cookbooks and trying more of his recipes.

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  • on December 15, 2012

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    This is our favorite use if the habanero peppers we grow in our garden!

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  • on May 09, 2011

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    I learned about Pepper pot stew about 8 years ago on vacation and was ecstatic to see Levi prepare it with his mother. I love, love, loved it. So much so, I have added the sunshine kit and root vegetables as a pantry staple. And I am making it for dinner tonight for the 5th time this year. For anyone who likes American comfort foods like beef stew, or Sunday pot roast and in need of a change, this is a really surprising alternative. Be careful with how many scotch bonnets you use (especially if you have small children), my family has graduated from 1, to 2 and we are good at 3 in one pot.

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