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Walkerswood Traditional Jamaican Jerk Seasoning, 10 oz
- For Chicken, Pork Fish Hamburgers & Vegetables
- A Jamaican vacation for your tastebuds !!
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Size: 10 oz
For Chicken, Pork, Fish, Hamburgers & Vegetables
Scallions, Scotch Bonnet Peppers, Salt, Black Pepper, Allspice, Nutmeg, Citric Acid, Sugar, Thyme
Jerking is a traditional style of barbecuing> This paste when rubbed sparingly into meat should be left overnight for best results, then grilled or roasted slowly. Adjust amount used to your taste.
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Top Customer Reviews
Also, try a tablespoon in homemade chile and spaghetti sauce!
allergic to hot.
Bust out the napkins, grab yourself a beer, and buckle your seat belts cause this stuff is a proper authentic
flamefest of Jamaican jerk heat. You can put it on straight, or cut it with a little olive oil, but I've found
it best to marinate chicken or pork tenderloins for at least 24 hours before cooking for optimum results. Its a
little messy cause you really have to rub this stuff in and make sure you turn/shake your marinade bag every
few hour to ensure an even distribution of this wondermous stuff.
If you're not using rubber gloves, make sure you wash your hands and I wouldn't plan on rubbing your eyes or
doing anything else to sensitive body parts for a while, knowhudahmsayin! haw haw
This stuff is the best, followed closely by Grace Jerk Seasoning but Walkerswood doesn't turn your chicken green
like the Grace rub does. 5 Scovies
Rub your meat, poultry, or fish with oil, then apply the Walkerswood Jerk Seasoning to taste, massaging it in. Let it stand for a while, then bake, broil, or (best of all) grill. A little bit goes a long way, especially for "beginners" -- unless you are accustomed to spicy food, one teaspoonful will be enough for a thick pork chop. Don't worry, though. With Walkerswood, the heat does not overwhelm the complex flavor of the other spices.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I must admit, I didn't buy this from amazon-that being said, it is amazing. I suspect there are many jerk recipes out there and I have bought the spices to make the marinade... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
My African friend makes something similar to this. I had some in my fridge and she was impressed with the quality when she added it to her food. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Tamara- PA
Happy as ever. I was not expected to get my package until the 25th and I received it today the 23rd. I'm so excited. Will be ordering again!Published 2 months ago by Amazon Customer