Oxtail Rasta pasta is definitely one meal I’m going to continue making for the rest of my life. Why? Because my taste buds say so. The oxtails and shrimp in this pasta make this pasta even more rich and flavorful! The texture is creamy with many mouth-watering herbs to complement it further. So, whether you're in the mood for something classic or something a little more adventurous, my oxtail pasta dishes are the perfect way to spice up your dinner routine. So, let’s cook up some southern oxtail pasta, grab a fork, and get ready to indulge in a world of flavors and delightfulness. By the way, did I mention that this is a great recipe for busy weeknights? Okay, let’s cook!
Oxtail Rasta pasta is a pasta recipe that is tossed up in some delightful creamy sauce then the oxtails and shrimp is smothered into the velvety texture. You can use a mixture of meat in this creamy rasta pasta recipe if you would like. I personally used oxtails and shrimp. The ingredients are simple and involve things like garlic powder, black pepper, cayenne pepper, penne pasta, colorful bell peppers, beef broth, or chicken stock just to name a few ingredients.
A list of ingredients and full instructions will be listed in the recipe card below.
Okay, guys, I want you to just imagine the flavors of the ocean, blended perfectly with delicate pasta, and served to perfection. Not to mention adding in some Caribbean seasonings, chicken breasts, and a cup of pasta water to a large skillet on medium-high heat, and you've got a mouthwatering jerk chicken pasta dish that will transport you to the island of Jamaica. You definitely should try this Jamaican rasta pasta dish. One which is full of bold and spicy flavors that will leave you feeling like a true Rastafarian.
Step 3: To a medium-high skillet, melt your butter or use olive oil. Add in your oxtails without the bell peppers to begin browning on all sides for 2 to 3 minutes.
Step 4: Add in beef broth and the remaining vegetables. Placed lid on and allow to simmer (low setting) for 2 hours. Check at the halfway mark.
Step 5: Once an hour has passed add, tomato sauce, stir, place the lid back on, and allow to simmer for the remainder of the time.
Step 1: Cook your pasta until Al dente. Drain the pasta. Sit to the side.
Step 3: Once slightly softened add in your heavy cream and cheese. Mix well.
Step 4: Next, Season to taste with salt and pepper. Add your pasta back in and mix well.
Step 5: Serve with oxtails over the top.
You want to make sure that you are storing your southern oxtail Rasta pasta in an airtight container. So, it can be nice and fresh for next time.
The taste of oxtails is a mixture of neck bones and short ribs. They have brown bits of seasoning at the bottom of the pan that caramelize in the stovetop version.
Did you enjoy this oxtail jerk recipe with pasta? Leave a comment. I would greatly appreciate it! 😊
Last Updated on September 2, 2023 by Ronalyn Alston | Published: June 28, 2023
June 28, 2023