Escoveitch is the Caribbean version of the Spanish cevice, raw fish pickled in lime juice. The escoveitch sauce is integral to Jamaican cuisine and used primarily as a final dressing for fried fish.
This Caribbean version of a pickle sauce is a tart, spicy, hot combination of vinegar, pimento, scotch bonnet peppers, garlic, onions and thyme. Blended with olive oil, sugar and mustard it makes for a spicy salad dressing.
If you can’t find it in your local shops, you can always pop in to Ya Man! or gissa call and we’ll help you stock up.
Rundown is a caribbean dish that might contain fish or chicken, but will contain coconut and veggies. You can make your own rundown sauce, but you can also be lazy and get it in a jar.
Walkerswood Savoury Coconut Rundown Sauce is a robust pour-over sauce which combines coconut cream with selected spices, hot peppers and seasonings. It makes creating Caribbean rundown dishes dead easy. And let’s be honest – some days we want the cooking to be a quick and easy affair… =)
If you can’t find it in a shop near you, you’re welcome to pop in to Ya Man! or gissa call and we’ll help you stock up.