Meat Recipes

Jamaican Bully Beef with Canadian Spicy Sausage & Cabbage Recipe by White Gyal Can Cook

Jamaican Bully Beef Sauge and Cabbage

Ready to try a fusion Jamaican Canadian Recipe.  My Jamaican Bully Beef with Canadian Spicy Sausage & Cabbage Recipe is an easy to cook one pot meal.

Ingredients

  • Spicy Italian uncooked sausage
  • one scotch bonnet
  • bully beef
  • Red Onion, Green Onion, Red Pepper, one diced carrot and Garlic
  • green cabbage
  • purple cabbage
  • apple
  • 1 tablespoon curry
  • Black Pepper
  • onion salt
  • spinach

Method:

  1. De-Case four full Spicy Italian uncooked sausage
  2. Cook down breaking it apart into smaller crumbles
  3. Dice Red Onion, Green Onion, Red Pepper, one diced carrot and Garlic
  4. Add one scotch bonnet if you wish the spice and throw into mix
  5. Add 1/2 cup of apple cider or apple juice
  6. Saute and slow simmer down
  7. Add one can of bully beef
  8. Simmer down on low
  9. Add two cups green cabbage
  10. Add two cups purple cabbage
  11. Add one diced apple
  12. Slow cook down until cabbage is soft and going translucent
  13. Spice with 1 tablespoon curry, cracked black pepper, onion salt, and salt to taste.
  14. Fold in 2 cups of raw spinach and cover
  15. Serve over rice or rice noodles.

About The Author:
I am a Canadian Girl who married into a Jamaican Family in 2008. The common joke among my In-Laws has always been “White Gyals Can’t Cook”!!! I have since been on a mission to prove them wrong! I am blessed with a Husband that is a incredible cook of Jamaican food. I began watching his methods of slow cooking, extra washing, slow seasoning and picked up on some of his techniques. Years later I feel I have really transfused my Canadian Recipes with Jamaican Cooking skills, spices and visa versa. My in-laws now accidentally mistake my cooking for his at times. I feel that a great marriage is made up of compromises and a even fusion between Wife and Husband. I feel my cooking and recipes is also a representation of this. Follow me on INSTAGRAM: @WhiteGyalCanCook

About the author

Dee-Anne "White Gyal Can Cook Lynn Lunan

I am a Canadian Girl who married into a Jamaican Family in 2008. The common joke among my In-Laws has always been "White Gyals Can't Cook"!!! I have since been on a mission to prove them wrong! I am blessed with a Husband that is a incredible cook of Jamaican food. I began watching his methods of slow cooking, extra washing, slow seasoning and picked up on some of his techniques. Years later I feel I have really transfused my Canadian Recipes with Jamaican Cooking skills, spices and visa versa. My in-laws now accidentally mistake my cooking for his at times. I feel that a great marriage is made up of compromises and a even fusion between Wife and Husband. I feel my cooking and recipes is also a representation of this. Follow me on INSTAGRAM: @WhiteGyalCanCook

  • Julie

    What is a scotch bonnet Do I make it or buy it?

    • jamaicansdotcom

      It is a pepper. You can find it at a Caribbean grocery story. In some states like Florida you may find it in American supermarkets