Brown stew chicken is a Caribbean tradition found in many versions throughout the islands.
The ingredients vary (as always), but the result is the same: a tasty dish that is warming and hearty. This Jamaican brown stew chicken version isn't quite what you might think; it's not a big simmering pot of poultry and veggies surrounded by bubbling broth. This recipe requires caramelizing the chicken first in brown sugar before adding tomatoes and some broth to cook down into a thicker dish that's served with rice.
First, it's important to get to the essence of this dish, which is the common denominator for all Caribbean recipes. The preparation must incorporate the heart and soul of the cook who's preparing a dish. When it's served, each person must understand that love and patience are as much a part of the taste as are the ingredients.
That's what sets Caribbean cooking apart.
I'll give you a list of other ingredients at the end of this recipe for mixing and matching, but here are the basics for making Jamaican Brown Stew Chicken.
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