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8 Non-Traditional Ways to Enjoy Jamaican Jerk and where you can find these tasty dishes in Kingston! - http://blog.f1rst.com/exp/8-non-traditional-ways-to-enjoy-jamaican-jerk/

8 Non-Traditional Ways to Enjoy Jamaican Jerk and where you can find these tasty dishes in Kingston! - http://blog.f1rst.com/exp/8-non-traditional-ways-to-enjoy-jamaican-jerk/

Owing to their rich flavor, chicken necks are commonly used for making chicken stock. But these less-desirable cuts also make tasty stews, and – you guessed it – jerk! Since chicken necks are mostly bones with little meat and moderate fat, the trick is to extract the flavor by chewing the bones. Word on the street is that University of Technology (UTech), one of the island’s top universities – has one of the best spots to enjoy jerked chicken neck.

Owing to their rich flavor, chicken necks are commonly used for making chicken stock. But these less-desirable cuts also make tasty stews, and – you guessed it – jerk! Since chicken necks are mostly bones with little meat and moderate fat, the trick is to extract the flavor by chewing the bones. Word on the street is that University of Technology (UTech), one of the island’s top universities – has one of the best spots to enjoy jerked chicken neck.

Even though lamb has debuted on the jerk scene a few years now, it still remains relatively arcane among Jamaican consumers. Nonetheless, the unquestionable succulence akin to the gaminess of mutton makes this perfect for jerk, pleasing the palates of many local foodies and persons wishing to sink their teeth into an alternative jerk meat dish.

Even though lamb has debuted on the jerk scene a few years now, it still remains relatively arcane among Jamaican consumers. Nonetheless, the unquestionable succulence akin to the gaminess of mutton makes this perfect for jerk, pleasing the palates of many local foodies and persons wishing to sink their teeth into an alternative jerk meat dish.

Sausage is a big hit among jerk lovers, and can be found at almost any jerk centre. Common options include: pork, chicken, and lamb sausages. There’s no denying the pleasures of biting into a scrumptious, juicy sausage perfectly spiced with local seasonings.

Sausage is a big hit among jerk lovers, and can be found at almost any jerk centre. Common options include: pork, chicken, and lamb sausages. There’s no denying the pleasures of biting into a scrumptious, juicy sausage perfectly spiced with local seasonings.

Jerk rabbit is one of the newest jerk trends and has gained popularity over the years, given the increasing disposition of locals to adapt a more discerning palate. In fact, there has been increased demand for rabbit meat, especially among hoteliers and gourmet restaurants across the island. Rabbit is a generally lean, slightly sweet meat with a closely textured flesh that has virtually no fat and is very high in protein and makes a good alternative to chicken.

Jerk rabbit is one of the newest jerk trends and has gained popularity over the years, given the increasing disposition of locals to adapt a more discerning palate. In fact, there has been increased demand for rabbit meat, especially among hoteliers and gourmet restaurants across the island. Rabbit is a generally lean, slightly sweet meat with a closely textured flesh that has virtually no fat and is very high in protein and makes a good alternative to chicken.

Seafood lovers are in for a real treat with this island delicacy. Conch meat is revered worldwide for its unique taste and aphrodisiac properties. The meat is extracted from its shell, pounded to tenderize, and marinated in jerk seasoning. The little bits of succulence usually get wrapped in foil and thrown on the grill, and is ready for eating in about 30 minutes. What you get is sweet, tender chunks of conch swimming in its own spicy juices from the jerk marinade. Deliciousness!

Seafood lovers are in for a real treat with this island delicacy. Conch meat is revered worldwide for its unique taste and aphrodisiac properties. The meat is extracted from its shell, pounded to tenderize, and marinated in jerk seasoning. The little bits of succulence usually get wrapped in foil and thrown on the grill, and is ready for eating in about 30 minutes. What you get is sweet, tender chunks of conch swimming in its own spicy juices from the jerk marinade. Deliciousness!

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