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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 ordered two bottles from this seller and it took me 11 months to go through the first one before finding out the second one was defective and poorly canned (no vacuum lock, loose... Read morePublished 4 days ago by Ms. Adrianna
Makes an awesome pulled pork sandwich. Rub liberally with jerk sauce and set on low for 7 hours.Published 17 days ago by Amazon Customer
I didn't actually buy this from Amazon, (Publix on clearance for $2.00.) So glad I did. Amazing taste!Published 20 days ago by Dawn B.
best stuff ever and all I use for my chicken. If you have not tried it you certainly should.Published 2 months ago by Brian Darlage
A good and pretty authentic jerk seasoning without going through making it from scratch.Published 2 months ago by Doug Kopp