3 Reviews

Great Jerk recipe. I let it marinate for 6 hours and then cooked on the BBQ. Loved it. We cooked it for 10 min on the first side and about 15 on the sec. side.( Mine was a 2 lb. loin)

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adopt a greyhound March 04, 2010

I love this recipe for pork loin. I had an almost 3 lb. roast; I followed recipe exactly but I added a little Bahamian honey to it because DH likes things sweet. Of course here in Bahamas you can get jerk chicken, etc. on every corner, but I liked making my own for more reasons than one. I will use this in chicken next time. It browned up beautifully and was moist. Thanks so much Chrissy for this superb recipe!

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mewmew March 05, 2006

Awesome marinade! Had about 3/4 lb boneless pork loin cuts. Had all ingredients minus the scallions, onions, and chilies in the cupboard or fridge for a quick week day dinner. Placed the marinade ingredients in ziplock bag along with the boneless pork loin cuts. Flipped it several times to mix everything, and let sit in refrigerator for 30 minutes. Cooked in a covered pan at meduim heat on stove. Fifth grader son remarked about the wonderful smell while cooking. Thanks for the recipe.

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Mr.Rich January 19, 2006
Jamaican Jerk Pork Loin