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A Classic Jamaican Jerk Marinade.

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134 Responses to “A Classic Jamaican Jerk Marinade.”

  1. Hilda Cannella says:

    Gracias Christ, tu eres el mejor!!!!!!

  2. Brian P says:

    This recipe is terrific, I love it. Thanks so much. I told my brother about this recipe and he can’t get enough either. Thanks again.

  3. ANGELA says:

    HOW COME HERE THE MARINADE LOOKS BROWN AND ON THE OTHE RPAGE ITS BRIGHT RED THE FUCK. THE COLOR IS THE ONLY THING THAT BROUGHT ME HERE SO…

    • jumbieg says:

      Lovely use of language ms. The final color you see is after it's been in the oven. Take a look at the ingredients of this and/or any jerk marinade and tell me where the 'red" would come from. That's the natural color after roasting in the oven..

    • Djpopdod says:

      WOW!!! Angela! What's with the hatin'? What's with the language?

    • CatStull says:

      Is your vocabulary so poor that you have to use such language?

  4. A B says:

    Ah! I thinks it's the scallions! Don't blend the scallions — they bitter the marinade right up… just chop them and fold them into the other blended ingredients…

  5. A B says:

    Do you use the stalks of the fresh thyme? My marinade is coming out heaps bitter…

  6. Christopher Hosein says:

    I will try out some of your ideas and recipes…stay tuned! "One Dish One Love" Las Vegas!

  7. suzi says:

    Yum looks good!

  8. Angie says:

    I am definately going to try this recipe for the Jerk Marinade and when I do I will get back to you . Smile

  9. chricynthia alleyne says:

    man i am so grreatful for this recipe. what is in the supermarket has msg. i prefer the local touch. Thanks fior the recipe .

  10. Carolyn says:

    FYI You should of taken of skinned ur chicken!

  11. mandrill says:

    Ha ha. I have just served this up to my daughter and she devoured it and wants seconds. She said "No offence dad but it tastes nothing like the Jerk that we buy in our favourite takeaway but it is still delicious" I will work on it and tweak until I come to the taste that suits me.

  12. Traci says:

    Can hardly wait to see your Ultimate Oven Jerk Chicken Recipe – please post it SOON!!!!!

  13. Compre says:

    Jum ah thought ,pimento is the secret ,according to the youtube vid .

  14. damion says:

    his name is bobby flay eh plz don't go callin d man bobby flaw keep up th great recipes btw!!!!!!

  15. Dane says:

    Very similar to my recipe but I use a lot more scotch bonnets =0

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  1. […] adapted this recipe from the Carribean Pot website. I really like the suggestion at the end of adding a couple of shots of dark rum, shado […]

  2. […] here. If you would rather avoid citric acid or you can’t find Walkerswood Jerk Seasoning, Caribbean Pot’s Jerk Marinade Recipe is also super easy (throw everything in a blender!), all natural, and very good. Jerk Pork […]

  3. […] is from Carribeanpot by Chris. Thanks Chris, this turned out really amazing. NO LEFT […]

  4. […] time that I make this I will use the recipe on Carribean Pot. Unfortunately I didn’t have the time to make everything from scratch like they did, but next […]

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  6. […] of garlic, 2 bay leaves, a tea bag either chinese black tea or orange peko style tea. A touch of jerk marinade or spcies and the above puree’d pepper combination. Add a healthy handfull of cane or brown […]


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