There is no other BBQ method even remotely as flavorful as Jamaican jerk. There is a Jamaican restaurant near my house that I am in love with. The owner was kind enough to suggest to me how to make my own jerk at home. This sauce can also be used on mushrooms, pork, shrimp, tofu -- whatever your heart desires.
Tired of boring burgers whining to you about their day and talking about their feelings? Need a burger that will punch you in the mouth in that special way like you normally have to pay Sally Two-Toes down the street to do?
Try the jerk burgers, and prepare for face-punchingly awesome flavor.
A cold pasta salad with ham, pineapple, onion and a jerk flavored mayonnaise sauce.
Yep. A hot spicy way to do chicken, mon! You can use this with pork too! This tastes best when marinated at least 24 hours, so it's a great make ahead meal!
Great spice! Greater flavor! And sooooooooo easy! Buzz up the spices the day before, spread on pork, refrigerate, and done! The next day, heat up the grill and the aroma will have them swarming like bees!
Spicy, meaty, and healthy too? This simple dinner recipe wins the Triple Crown of meals.
Easy slow cooker pork ribs with the sweet taste of the Caribbean. Satisfy a crowd with this simple slow cooker dinner.
Turkey with that smoky barbecue flavor, plus an Asian-style taste infusion from a spicy marinade.
With bacon draped all over it like Bill Russell guarding Wilt Chamberlain, this pork is incredibly tasty and tender.
A quick and easy snack with some punch. You could easily make this during halftime of a football game and have some hot bites ready by the second-half kickoff.
Stop boring your grill with the same old flavors and go Caribbean. A one-hour soak in this simple marinade and you're ready for a quick and easy grilled chicken dinner.
Big time Caribbean flavor. Nice thing is you break up the cooking time between the morning, when you'll make the marinade, and the evening, when you'll make the sauce and cook the chicken. Would be easy to double or triple this for a group. Also--if you prefer grilling to broiling, cook the chicken thighs that way.
A sweet, spicy, tangy and delicious marinade that can be used for your favorite fish. I would recommend using either catfish or salmon if you would like to use fish.
An extremely spicy seasoning for meat, with most of the heat coming from a four-pack of one of the world's hottest chiles.
Spicy pork chops with the flavor of the islands. These pork chops marinate in a homemade jerk sauce before you toss them on the grill for a quick pork chop dinner.