This meat-filled pastry is a popular Caribbean snack food
The Caribbean menu contains many wonderful recipes for pork. Processed pork sausage is called boudin. While many Caribbean foods are hot and spicy, here is one recipe that does not require peppers.
Meat patties, made of pork and beef, are a popular snack. They are the Jamaican version of the Spanish empanada and do not call for peppers (although you can add your own, if you wish). Adjust the spices to suit your own tastes.
The pastry recipe is included here, but you can also use refrigerated (canned) pastry dough to save time. Adjust the size of the rolled-out dough pieces for meal-size, snack-size, and for appetizers.
When ready to cook:
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