Jamaican Jerk Pulled Pork
Staff Tips & Tricks
- To make an authentic Jerk marinade: Mix 5 tablespoons spice, 2 tablespoons oil, 2 tablespoons soy sauce, 4 tablespoons vinegar, 4 tablespoons orange juice, 2 tablespoons lime juice. Exact measures not required. This marinade always turns out! Add the chicken and this thick sauce to a zip lock bag and marinate 1- 8 hours.
- Mix into ranch or mayo for an amazing sandwich spread.
- Takes wings from good to GREAT!
About This Blend
Our Jamaican Jerk Seasoning is a best seller during the summer grilling season. The best testimonial we’ve received for this blend came from a native Jamaican attending school in the US, who told us it was so authentic it made him homesick! For real jerk flavor, it’s worth the extra time it takes to make a marinade, but if you're not into marinades the flavor is still great sprinkled over ribs, chicken and grilled shrimp.
Onion, garlic, kosher salt, cane sugar, thyme, allspice, chiles, pepper, nutmeg, cinnamon, sage.
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A very good blend
Quality and flavor you just can’t find at your typical grocery store
I’ve been using this blend for probably 10 years, and there’s no other jerk seasoning that compares! The marinade recipe on the jar is perfection!! Any time I fix this for company, they want the recipe, so now I’m ordering flat packs to share! I also love putting a sprinkle or two in black beans and using it to season Caribbean greens that I make to go with the grilled chicken. It is simply the best!
Way too heavy on salt, so I use this blend as a base and add onion, garlic, clove, allspice, cayenne, cinnamon, rubbed sage & thyme.
This is one of the only flavors that's hard to come by in my largely Arab, Latinx, Italian, Black and Asian neighborhood in NYC. I hope to go out for it soon, (I'm Latina, but I grew up in East Flatbush, so...) but in the meantime being able to make Jerk in my own home has been amazing. LIke being 10 years old again!