Reviewed on Aug. 05, 2010 by Trilby Yost
My family and I like this combination of spices...the amount of curry and cumin don't overwhelm us. We won't be substituting cinnamon for curry, nor will we use lime juice -- it's all a matter of personal taste, of course. But like the previous reviewer the first time we grilled this chicken, the outside was burnt before the interiors got to the desired temperatures. We used the indirect method, but apparently we didn't watch closely enough. We tried again a few weeks later and tended the grill assiduously. The rub still got very dark by the time the insides were done, but there was no burnt taste. After reading up and talking to others about "jerking," I learned that it is akin to the "blackening" of Cajun cooking and the darkness is desirable. I believe that, because it sure does taste good!