Banana Fritters, a recipe passed down from generations! My great grandmother Aida Oats, would use old, over ripe bananas to make this tasty Friday treat. She never cooked a big meal on Fridays! As children we had a name for Fridays, (Fried Food Fridays). We looked forward to Friday every week! Our favorite to eat, grandmas sweet, tasty, banana fritters which she would serve with hot coco tea.
If there is one thing I love, its a good ole fashion burger! My parents are pescatarian!
Definition: Occasionally used to describe those who abstain from eating all meat and animal flesh with the exception of fish. Although the word is not commonly used and a pescatarian is not technically a vegetarian, more and more people are adopting this kind of diet, usually for health reasons or as a stepping stone to a fully vegetarian diet. Pescetarians often believe that moderate consumption of fish or fish oils, which are high in Omega-3 fatty acids, is necessary for optimum health, although vegetarian alternatives, such as flax seed oil, are available.
Today my mom decided to make a “Black Bean Vegan Burger, from scratch!” My first thought, YUCK! I must say I swallowed my words after the first bite! I then swallowed the whole burger! Check out the steps below for a delicious vegan burger friends! Let us know what you think!
Step 1: Combine sweet potato and black beans in food processor and season to your liking!
Step 2: Form bean burger patties to your liking and fry or bake in coconut oil
Step 3: Make a Mofo Jamaican Black Bean Burger (Vegan Style)
How do you like your Burger? We wont be selling these at Park Silly Sunday Market but we will be catering this awesome tasty Jamaican Burger! Come get a Bellyful with 11Hauz~1Love~Bless Up~