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Jamaican Jerk Chicken
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'Jerking' is a Jamaican way of using a special combination of herbs and spices to flavour meat or fish before cooking. Barbecuing is a traditional way of cooking the prepared meat but it may also be grilled, fried or roasted. The marinade should be fiery but you can reduce or increase the amount of chilli depending on your tolerance! As an alternative to chicken portions use pork or lamb steaks or chops or rub the marinade over a whole fish before grilling. Try spreading the same mixture over a joint of pork or lamb for a different Sunday roast. Serve with a fruity salsa.
Typical values per serving:
This recipe was first published in August 1997.