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Reviewed Jerk Chicken
"Cooking chicken at medium high heat in smaller pieces will cause it to be dry and overcooked.
Low and slow is the way to go = 250-275 degrees for 2.5-3 hours. Chicken is best if grilled in halves (holds the juices better).
Marinade has all the right ingredients! You can add a bit of soya sauce to the marinade - that will help it penetrate the"
Reviewed Island Grilled Jerk Chicken
"Great recipe - to make it like you get in Jamaica, Use pimento wood smoke chips to cook with. Pimento, also know as Jamaican Allspice, is the key to truly authentic jerk.The traditional way to cook Jerk chicken uses all of the Pimento tree: The fruit is the pimento allspice berry used for spice / The wood is used to make smoke and also sticks can b..."
Reviewed The Ultimate Jerk Chicken
"This is a great recipe. But, the essential ingredient for truly Authentic Jerk Chicken is cooking over PIMENTO WOOD. Pimento wood is wood from the Jamaican Allspice tree and gives Jerk it's unique flavor.