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Island Jerk Chicken

Island Jerk Chicken recipe
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In this case, "jerk" means spicy and succulent chicken infused with cinnamon, cloves and a little cayenne. One bite and you'll swear you feel a slight warm island breeze.
time
prep:
15 min
total:
45 min
servings
total:
8 servings
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posted:
10/17/2011
THIS RECIPE WAS SO DELICIOUS. IT WAS SPICY, BUT NOT HOT, YET FLAVORFUL. YOU CAN TASTE ALL THE SPICES. MY FIANCE' AND I WERE VERY SURPRISED. I WILL DEFINATELY MAKE THIS DIDSH AGAIN.
posted:
3/24/2011
Liked it but also made it again and changed it up by using Jamician Jerk Seasoning from Pampered Chef. Was really good...
posted:
3/24/2011
Clicked on recipe, only to see ranch dressing as the first ingredient. THIS IS NOT EVEN CLOSE TO A JERK CHICKEN!
posted:
3/19/2009
I made this exactly as the recipe said. It was very good. My husband really liked it. I wouldn't call it Jerk though.
posted:
2/24/2009
It was okay, but the flavor combination was just a bit odd. I liked the cinnamon, but with the peppercorn ranch and allspice, it just seemed a bit odd. It kept the chicken moist, though.
posted:
7/23/2008
Yes, too much cinnamon...just didn't seem right on chicken.
posted:
7/2/2008
This chicken tasted too much like cinnamon. It was ok but my kids didn't care for it at all.
posted:
6/10/2008
We loved this recipe, although I didn't use the cinnamon the second time i made it and used some lemon pepper instead. served with lime cilantro rice and salad. Keep back some of the marinade to re-coat the chicken when you turn it over. It was wonderful, and the guest loved it. I also waited and added the onions as garnish instead of in the marinade.
posted:
3/26/2008
It was . . . weird.
posted:
3/11/2008
This wasn't a 'bad' recipe, but I found it ... well, ... odd. Something about combining Ranch dressing with cloves and cinnamon. It didn't quite work for me, so I probably won't make this one again.
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