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Jamaican Jerk Chicken

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Topic: Jamaican Jerk Chicken
Posted By: Scott
Subject: Jamaican Jerk Chicken
Date Posted: 07 Aug 2004 at 12:00am
Love it! I just love Jerk Chicken!



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Posted By: Joseph
Date Posted: 09 Aug 2004 at 12:00am
Very Flavourful !!! It tantalizes the taste-buds


Posted By: Guests
Date Posted: 01 Sept 2004 at 12:00am
Hot Hot Hot! This recipe is guaranteed to excite all those chille lovers!! Delicious - however, the salt measurement is wrong!!! Heart attack material, so go easy on it!

London, England


Posted By: Guests
Date Posted: 03 Oct 2004 at 12:00am
HEY,
    I have a question is it good.

Kettering, Ohio


Posted By: Scott
Date Posted: 28 Oct 2004 at 12:00am
Yes, Courtney, it's very good! :)

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Posted By: Erica81
Date Posted: 21 Mar 2006 at 12:00am

Absolutely Fantastic!

I made this without any prior experience and I baked in stead of grilling and it was SUPERB!

Marinated chicken legs and thighs for 48 hours and slow baked for a about 2 1/2 hours - always rebasting and keeping chicken moist about every half hour towards the end. 10 minutes before finalizing, I broiled at a high temperature to get dark rich color and slight burning. My boyfriend loved it! Results: Moist chicken that fell off the bone and great color and flavor on the outside!

Brooklyn, New York



Posted By: cooker
Date Posted: 10 June 2006 at 12:00am
Great recipe, used less salt as well. Just like to add that I use a blender to mix all the ingedients at the last step. Also use brown sugar instead. I was out barbequeing and a park ranger came around, smelled the aroma of this recipe, and said, "guys, this smells soooo good!"

Canada Toronto



Posted By: larfalot
Date Posted: 25 Oct 2006 at 12:00am
How hot is this receipe? I love things spicy, but want to cook it (for the first time) for people that aren't that keen on too much heat. Thanks!

Brisbane, Australia



Posted By: attie
Date Posted: 18 Dec 2006 at 12:00am
can I freeze it

Im having a big new years eve party and want to make and freeze as many dishes as I can before the day.Can anyone tell me if this dish freezes well.Alson what is a scothch bonnett pepper andwhat would be a good substitute. thanks

australia



Posted By: astrogirl
Date Posted: 23 May 2007 at 12:00am
"Best Chicken Ever"! I've had numerous people tell me that this was the best chicken they've ever had. It is absolutely one of my favorite recipes. A scotch bonnet is like a habanero, and I think is about the equivalent of 4 jalapenos. If you use this much pepper it will be very hot. For people who can tolerate a little (but not too much) spice I usually use 2 jalipenos (remember to take the seeds out!) I always use half the amount of salt, because as is, it's pretty salty. I also make a huge batch of just the dry ingredients and then only have to add the wet ones whenever I want to make this (which is often!) You can't go wrong with this recipe :) It also is very good on shrimp. By the way, this recipe goes very well with coconut rice (http://www.recipezaar.com/152997, or other recipes), fried plantains (http://www.yale.edu/macmillan/pier/resources/lessons/caribbean/marialesson3.htm), and either panty rippers (coconut rum and pineapple juice) or mojitos (http://www.tasteofcuba.com/mojito.html).

Charlottesville, VA

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Posted By: ricoleyden
Date Posted: 20 Oct 2007 at 12:00am
I'm in LOVE... used Jalapeño peppers without the seeds for my 5 and 3 year old, and they couldn't get enough!

Montreal



Posted By: tejan
Date Posted: 15 Aug 2015 at 1:13am
My favorite dish.



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