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Jamaican Spiced Beef Patty
Caribbean inspired spiced ground beef, placed in a turmeric flaky pastry.
From frozen deep fry at 350 ºF for 6 - 8 minutes or baked at 325 ºF 6 to 8 minutes until temperature reaches 165 ºF as measured by use of a thermometer.
Renowned for their vibrant yellow colored pastry, and aromatic seasoned beef center, Jamaican Beef Patties are a must dining experience when visiting the Caribbean. Wanting to add a Caribbean flare to your upcoming event? Kabobs’ Jamaican Spiced Beef Patty provides your guests with the opportunity to experience these savory classics without the required travel. These street food type items require no accompaniments as a passed hors d’oeuvre, or create a small plate / action station with a scoop of rice and beans and / or fried plantains.
- Miniature version of the classic Caribbean favorite
- Street food type product
- Impressive vibrant yellow color
- Versatile Applications: passed hors d'oeuvre, or accent to small plates
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