This was a hit at a Caribbean themed party I threw. Though, i thought they were best when they came right out of the oven. Once they cooled down a bit I thought they kind of had a waxy taste due to the coating. I will make again though, b/c they were a hit when they were hot.
Comments and Reviews 1-4 of 4
LaraRR Posted: 05/17/10
ckangel04 Posted: 05/23/10
I made this recipe for a family get together,everyone loved them.They were easy to make and I especially liked that they were not fried.I did add a few sprinkles of onion powder and granulated garlic to give it a little more flavor.I made 2lbs and had 4 left.I also made rice pilaf and mixed veggies to go with them. I will definatley make these they are great for any occasion and I will never buy pre-made again.
1beachcook Posted: 05/11/10
I tried this using tilapia and it was fantastic! This will become part of our easy low fat favorites. I used the directions for chicken and baked the fish for 15 minutes. Thanks!
Yleippert Posted: 05/01/12
THIS WAS EXCELLENT!! I MADE IT WITH CHICKEN AND USED UNSWEETENED COCONUT AND CHIPOLTE GROUND PEPPER INSTEAD OF THE JERK SEASONING!! AWESOME!!! SERVED IT WITH MANGO SALSA, SPINACH & QUINOA. AWESOME HEALTHY MEAL!!