Jerk Chicken

  • dburge Posted: 07/04/09
    Worthy of a Special Occasion

    This is an excellent recipe and will become our family favorite. It's great to do all the prep work the night before then spend a fast 20 minutes cooking a great meal on a week night. I served cob corn and coleslaw with sweet hawaiian rolls.

  • Dougboy Posted: 07/12/10
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    This recipe is really good. I used a heavy hand with the spice and it came off great. My only issue is that the chicken took much longer to cook than in the recipe.

  • mandofan Posted: 09/13/11
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    ThIn general, I frown on recipes suggesting store-bought, bottled marinades, so I was surprised at how well this turned out. I used the Grace brand jerk seasoning. I went with the hot seasoning product rather than the marinade, though it would interesting to see if there is a difference in final flavor. My biggest observation is that this is very hot and spicy. Honestly, I like a hot dish, but I thought that this recipe resulted in something that was too hot, meaning the burn really overshadowed the other flavors. Next time, I might go with the medium seasoning. I also had some grilling tips on this one but there is a character cut-off that this site imposes on reviews, so I suppose that will have to be left unsaid. Sometimes myrecipes can be a real bitch of a site :(

  • bhaggen Posted: 07/16/12
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    Gee thanks.....If I wanted to use processed bottled sauce I wouldn't be looking for a recipe now would I!...DUH

  • pdiana Posted: 06/10/12
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    Came out excellent,not as spicy as I thought or from what other reviews. This is a keeper

  • brenro Posted: 07/02/13
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    Real jerk seasoning is not hard to make. It doesn't contain water, corn starch, sugar, potassium sorbate, or artificial coloring.

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