BBQ'd Jerk Chicken - A dish for special occasions and celebrations
14 February 2017
Category : Recipes
Celebrate moments of love and togetherness and days full of special memories and joys with Godrej Tyson Food's Chef Rahul Bhukesh's recipe of Barbecued Jerk Chicken. This easy-to-make spicy and crisply barbecued Jamaican dish will make your special occasions even more special and count for a lifetime of memories. BBQ'd Jerk Chicken is a perfect dish to chop away the ups and downs in life and ring in the good times.
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Ingredients for barbecued jerk chicken:
Godrej Real Good chicken whole legs:
Crushed garlic cloves:
Chopped spring onion
Freshly chopped red chilies:
To start with, add all the ingredients in a bowl and mix them using a fork or a balloon beater until a thick paste is formed. Take the pre-cleaned Real Good chicken and cut it length-wise to ensure the chicken soaks the marinade properly. Marinate the chicken for at least 3–4 hours. Post marination, roast the chicken for about 15 minutes on a barbeque grill, flipping at regular intervals for uniform roasting on all sides. Baste the chicken using butter or oil. Finally, serve it hot on a bed of arugula leaves with a light sprinkle of lemon juice. Your barbecued jerk chicken is ready to be enjoyed with a glass of white wine.
Can also be cooked in a preheated oven for 45 minutes by flipping at regular intervals.
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