Jamaican jerk is a style of cooking first created by the original natives of Jamaica. To cook Jamaican jerk style means using a hot spice mixture or seasoning, that is either a dry rub or a wet rub or marinade. The resulting food yields a spicy sweet flavor and a tender texture. Cedella Marley-Booker represented jerk seasoning well with this recipe. This is a terrific blend of scallions, salt, water, habanero peppers, garlic pulp, banana vinegar, nutmeg, allspice, apple vinegar, black pepper, thyme, ginger, paprika, cloves and cinnamon. For best flavor, marinate meat overnight and 30 minutes to and hour for fish and seafood. Then just grill, bake or pan-fry.
Brand: Smilin' Island
Net Weight: 10 oz.
Heat Level: 5
Low Fat: Yes
Low Carb: Yes
Low Calorie: Yes
Ideal For: For chicken or pork but can also be used on shrimp, fish, beef, venison or lamb.
Recipe: Click here for a great recipe!