Cooking At Cottons Camden: Tasty Caribbean Stewed Chicken

Back at the Cottons Camden Restaurant with my good friend Sam, we will be cooking some deeeelicious Caribbean recipes. This time we shall be cooking some tasty stewed chicken.  You can adapt all recipes to your liking. Enjoy!

 

Ingredients Serves 3 people:

  • Chicken, legs and thighs
  • fresh chopped tomatoes 1 & a half heaped tablespoon
  • spring onion (green part) 2 heaped tablespoon
  • celery 1 heaped tablespoon
  • butter (for cooker) 1 or 2 blocks melt
  • chopped garlic 1 large clove
  • red and yellow peppers 1 heaped tablespoon
  • chopped scotch bonnet
  • chopped carrots
  • chopped thyme
  • soy sauce 1 heaped tablespoon
  • salt
  • chicken seasoning
  • browning seasoning
  • mixed herbs half table spoon
  • hot curry powder  3-4 tablespoons
  • all purpose seasoning 2 table spoons
  • add water as needed (not too much)

Leave to marinade for at least 1 hour in fridge. 

Have you ever cooked curry goat before? How do you cook yours? Please share your comments and tips below.

Visit Cottons: cottonscamden.co.uk

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42 comments

  1. felicia2910

    Trinidadian brown stew chicken is different from Jamaican brown stew chicken I reckon every island has a different style. I for one don’t “burn the sugar” because I just use the browning which is essentially burnt sugar and I just dry season my chicken with garlic I love garlic and brown it aka fry then chop up the wet seasoning and make the gravy then add the chicken.

  2. felicia2910

    Trinidadian brown stew chicken is different from Jamaican brown stew chicken I reckon every island has a different style. I for one don’t “burn the sugar” because I just use the browning which is essentially burnt sugar and I just dry season my chicken with garlic I love garlic and brown it aka fry then chop up the wet seasoning and make the gravy then add the chicken.

  3. 15tintin

    i agree ,it looks interesting to experience 2see how diff it would test from ours but i dont think i would want to try it (to long) ,in trini we jus season and put everything in one time but we let the sugar burn and that’s how we get the color

  4. 15tintin

    i agree ,it looks interesting to experience 2see how diff it would test from ours but i dont think i would want to try it (to long) ,in trini we jus season and put everything in one time but we let the sugar burn and that’s how we get the color

  5. ptkafsh

    i’m haitian american. Both my parents are from haiti and we allways have red sauce/stock in our food. I like jamaican food but i never tried that before.I would have never thought to put sugar in the chicken(that’s new/cool). What i love about Caribbean food is that we use almost the same exact ingredients;aside from the other ingredients which was passed down through colonization/ancestors etc..

  6. ptkafsh

    i’m haitian american. Both my parents are from haiti and we allways have red sauce/stock in our food. I like jamaican food but i never tried that before.I would have never thought to put sugar in the chicken(that’s new/cool). What i love about Caribbean food is that we use almost the same exact ingredients;aside from the other ingredients which was passed down through colonization/ancestors etc..

  7. Adesuwa

    I’m making this!!!! Maybe on Thanksgiving next month!!! I’m so excited!!! Being Nigerian, we tend to stick with our food. As AMAZING as OUR food is, it’s always nice to switch it up a bit especially with a culture that isn’t THAT different from us. I love this video!!!

  8. wcallisa22

    I am trinidadian and I have never seen stew chicken fried before and I have never seen chicken put in before the sugar turns really dark, you learn something new have never seen it done in the caribbean this way

  9. wcallisa22

    I am trinidadian and I have never seen stew chicken fried before and I have never seen chicken put in before the sugar turns really dark, you learn something new have never seen it done in the caribbean this way

  10. ade52286

    I’m making this!!!! Maybe on Thanksgiving next month!!! I’m so excited!!! Being Nigerian, we tend to stick with our food. As AMAZING as OUR food is, it’s always nice to switch it up a bit especially with a culture that isn’t THAT different from us. I love this video!!!

  11. ade52286

    I’m making this!!!! Maybe on Thanksgiving next month!!! I’m so excited!!! Being Nigerian, we tend to stick with our food. As AMAZING as OUR food is, it’s always nice to switch it up a bit especially with a culture that isn’t THAT different from us. I love this video!!!

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