Festival is one of the best comfort foods. The Jamaican festival is a popular street food that is often eaten with escovitch fish. It features a wide variety of spices or herbs and seasonings, depending on making. The dough is a mix of corn meal and all-purpose flour deep-fried in oil. Every foodie knows anything from the deep fryer is automatically heavenly, so try this Jamaican Festival Recipe with the traditional vanilla flavoring or a choice of your own.
How To Make Real Jamaican Festival Recipe
1/2 cups all-purpose Flour
1/2 cup Cornmeal
3 tablespoons Sugars
2 tsp Baking Natural powder
1/2 Tsp Salt
1 Egg, defeated (optional)
1/2 teaspoon Vanilla
Cold Water, for rubbing the money
Oil, for deep-frying the dumplings
Take a big mixing pan and incorporate the multi-purpose flour with the cornmeal.
Add some sugar along with baking powder and salt. Mix well to combine.
Beat in as fast as possible in this mixture and add vanilla to it. Mix them well collectively.
Pour in water and knead dough till it becomes smooth while adding small amounts of drinking water as required.
Divide the dough into 6 equal sized pieces and rub the dough with in the palm of your hands to make dumplings out of it shaping them lengthwise.
Place a pan over medium flame and heat some oil in it, sufficient enough to deep-fry the dumplings.
Once the olive oil becomes hot enough, put the dumplings in the pan, one after the other, and let them fry over reduced heat.
Keep stirring them occasionally to ensure they are fried from all the sides and have switched brown enough. It is ok for them to expand a little bit while they are being cooked.
Serve them hot with a side of your choice.
In order to prepare a lighter version of those festival-dumplings, reduce the quantity of cornmeal to 3 tablespoons only and also change the water for holding the dough.