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Reviewed The Ultimate Jerk Chicken

Jul 27, 2011 in Food Network Community Toolbox on FoodNetwork.com

TxChuck -- Try puncturing the chicken pieces in a few places -- similar to what you'd do to a potato if you put it in the microwave -- with a fork before you put it in the bag. You can also leave the chicken marinade for an entire day instead of just overnight, and that should make the flavor more intense!
Hope this helps!"

Reviewed The Ultimate Jerk Chicken

Jul 27, 2011 in Food Network Community Toolbox on FoodNetwork.com

TxChuck -- Try puncturing the chicken pieces in a few places (similar to what you'd do to a potato if you put it in the microwave) with a fork before you put it in the bag. You can also leave the chicken marinade for an entire day instead of just overnight, and that should make the flavor more intense!
Hope this helps =)"

Reviewed The Ultimate Jerk Chicken

Jul 27, 2011 in Food Network Community Toolbox on FoodNetwork.com

TxChuck -- Try puncturing the chicken pieces in a few places (similar to what you'd do to a potato if you put it in the microwave) with a fork before you put it in the bag. You can also leave the chicken marinade for an entire day instead of just overnight, and that should make the flavor more intense!
Hope this helps ="

Reviewed The Ultimate Jerk Chicken

Jul 27, 2011 in Food Network Community Toolbox on FoodNetwork.com

TxChuck -- Try puncturing the chicken pieces in a few places (similar to what you'd do to a potato if you put it in the microwave) with a fork before you put it in the bag. You can also leave the chicken marinade for an entire day instead of just overnight, and that should make the flavor more intense!
Hope this helps =)"

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