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1. Stamp and Go (Noun)


A traditional Jamaican snack made with salted codfish fritters served with a spicy dipping sauce

Example Sentences

Patois: Mi a nyam some stamp and go fi mi likkle appetizer
English: I am eating some stamp and go for my little appetizer

Related Words

Ackee , Aile , Bag juice , ilaloo ,

posted by anonymous on June 23, 2023

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2. Stamp and Go (Noun)

English Translation

Jamaican Saltfish Fritters


"Stamp and Go" is a traditional Jamaican dish consisting of deep-fried saltfish (salted codfish) fritters. The name "Stamp and Go" is derived from the process of stamping (or crushing) the saltfish into small pieces before mixing it with flour, herbs, spices, and other ingredients. The resulting mixture is then shaped into small balls or patties and deep-fried until golden and crispy. Stamp and Go is often enjoyed as a popular snack or appetizer in Jamaica and is commonly served with a side of spicy dipping sauce.

Example Sentences

Patois: Mi wah "Stamp and Go" fi brekfast
English: I want Jamaican Saltfish Fritters for breakfast

Related Words

Ackee , Aile , Bag juice , ilaloo ,

posted by anonymous on June 2, 2023

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