Thu | Feb 22, 2018

Bring out the chef in you - Rainforest Seafoods roll out quick, easy, nutritious preseasoned meals

Published:Thursday | February 8, 2018 | 12:00 AMRocheda Bartley/Lifestyle Writer
Rainforest Seafoods new line of premium preseasoned meals.
Thanks to Home Chefs, you can enjoy a healthy delicious meal in just minutes.
Home Chef's mouthwatering curried shrimp served with potatoes and vegetables.
Delicately cooking the fillets will absolutely bring out the chef in you. Take it from us.
Rainforest Seafoods' Executive Chef, Evrol Ebanks.
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Foodies, your lives just got better. Rainforest Seafoods has brought heaven to earth with its new line of preseasoned Home Chef meals that are ordained to bring out the chef in you.

Available in curried shrimp and country-style snapper fillet, the meals are ready to cook from the pack and were created just for you.

"Home Chef meals are for persons who do not have the time to prepare the meals from scratch," explains Bethany Young, marketing and communications manager at Rainforest Seafoods. She continued, "At Rainforest, we listen to our customers, and this is what they have been asking for. We have tested them in supermarkets and people love it. Now, we're looking to introduce more of these products in the future, like jerked salmon."

The mouthwatering curried shrimp and finger-licking country-style snapper fillet are perfect with any side dish you choose.

The Home Chef meals are easy to prepare and are ready in 15 minutes.

Specially seasoned by Walkerswood with authentic Jamaican seasonings, they are not only tasty, but also nutritious.

Corporate chef at Rainforest Seafoods, Evrol Ebanks, says that these dishes are perfect for persons who are conscious about their health.

"The meals are healthy. There is no MSG added. It is gluten-free, and they have no artificial flavours or ingredients," explains Ebanks.

He boasts that the gourmet meals will give your taste buds a tantalising experience you won't be able to forget.

"With the shrimp, there is a spicy taste that slowly creeps up on your taste buds. And with the snapper, you can add a little pepper to give it an extra kick. If you choose, you can also add some extra seasoning like tomatoes, carrots and potatoes to make it how you want," he encouraged.

rocheda.bartley@gleanerjm.com