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A gizzada pastry from Kingston, Jamaica. Photo by Charlene Collins
Alternative names Guizada, pinch-me-round
Type Tart
Place of origin Jamaica, Portugal
Main ingredients coconut, sugar, nutmeg, vanilla
Cookbook: Gizzada  Media: Gizzada

Gizzada or Grizzada, also referred to as pinch-me-round, and known as Guizada in the Portuguese language, is a pastry in Jamaican cuisine and Portuguese cuisine. The tart is contained in a small, crisp pastry shell with a pinched crust and filled with a sweet and spiced coconut filling. It may be of Portuguese/Jewish origin.

Jamaican gizzada from the West Indian Day Parade in Brooklyn, New York 2007

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