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    2 Reviews |  By Geema

    The pesto cream sauce is the highlight of this recipe and can even be used for other recipes.

    Recipe #72553

    A healthy alternative to regular fried chicken, this is easy and very tasty. Low in fat and carbs.

    Recipe #55836

    While watching FoodTV, I saw a piece about Amy Ruth's restaurant in New York where the owner made fried chicken dipped in a honey cinnamon mixture. It looked so good I began searching on the web for a recipe which approximated it... and after much browsing of webpages I put together a recipe that I thought might taste something like it. I don't fry my chicken, so here's a baked version, tweaked to my own tastes.

    Recipe #65266

    This recipe is from the latest SFI magazine. It was so easy and so, so tasty I thought I would post it for the people who don't buy the magazine.

    Recipe #260229

    These are pretty easy, tasty and are a great appetizer or snack before the football games start, or you could even add beans/rice and Margaritas for a meal! For a more South-of-the-Border taste, add some diced Jalapeno peppers or green chilies before frying these. ;)

    Recipe #100474

    My stepdad makes this and it is the best baked chicken I have ever had!

    Recipe #152830

    Had something similar at an awesome local restaurant called the Reef a while ago that inspired me. If you love Jerk flavor and you love tacos- this is the one for you!

    Recipe #152060

    I've checked most of the other Jerk Chicken recipes, making sure this isn't redundant. This recipe is unique for the emphasis it puts on the smoke. The word jerk come from charqui, the Spanish version of a native South American word "charki," meaning dried meat. There are two aspects to jerk: the unique jerk rub, and the smokey cooking method. Authentic jerk calls for allspice woods chips to create the fragrant, available online. Or use other aromatic wood chips. Also, trust the recipe: if using thighs (recommended) don't turn the chicken. Put it on the grill and let is smoke undisturbed. At the appointed time, you will lift the cover of the grill and discover a beautiful, golden-brown encrusted chicken.

    Recipe #418350

    This was in a 1993 WW magazine. Looks like approximately 4 points per serving (184 calories per serving) I had the recipe in my stash which I am slowly cleaning out. Prep time includes marinating time.

    Recipe #206094

    Serve these spicy chicken breasts on a bed of white rice and top with the fruity salsa.

    Recipe #237403

    The spice level of this dish is mild. For hotter taste, you can leave the seeds in the jalapeño pepper.

    Recipe #306881

    These are very tasty very moist and quite spicy and very easy ,I buy the jerk seasoning online a the the Spcie house in Chicago really good spices

    Recipe #375002

    The combination of jerk flavourings with creamy pasta seems strange, but it's actually delicious! You can adjust the amount of spice to suit your taste. It is very quick to prepare.

    Recipe #359684

    This spicy chicken dish will take you right back to islands! The heat of the jerk seasoning is complemented by the fresh, light flavors in the rice dish, served cold. Chill some Red Stripe or throw some rum in the blender and you've got the perfect simple barbeque! The jerk seasoning (minus the brown sugar) can be doubled and the excess stored in an airtight jar for another use.

    Recipe #373610

    Really quick and easy, but delicious way to do your Chicken wings! Don't forget to wait until the wings are done before brushing with the sauce, or your wings will burn. Recipe originally by Russell Gwatney and Rick Dalton. Prep and Cook time does not include the time to get the grill ready.

    Recipe #373169

    Great on the grill, yummy in the oven! Heat and sweet! Oh and this is a DUMP recipe! Even better! Thank you Cuisine at Home for this recipe. I broke it down to make it a dump recipe.

    Recipe #308018

    I found this in a Pillsbury cookbook. I'll update when I've had a chance to try it. You may substitute a ready made Caribbean jerk marinade or jerk dry rub for the first 7 ingredients listed. Then marinate and bake as directed. Prep time does not include the time the wings marinate.

    Recipe #425767

    1 Reviews |  By Lusil

    Very good marinade for chicken. After the chicken has marinated, I take the extra sauce and heat it up in a pan to boiling and then use it to baste the chicken while grilling.

    Recipe #92425

    1 Reviews |  By Lennie

    Hey mon, these are good! A nice change from traditional hot wings.

    Recipe #15694

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