Grilled Jerk Chicken Wings
Total TimePrep/Total Time: 30 min.
Makesabout 2 dozen
This is an awesome recipe! I would hope reviewers would understand that there is no way to make a seasoning that is perfect for everyone. Some like it spicy, some REALLY spicy, and others that prefer spicy, but just a little spicy. If you take the time to read the reviews and try the basic recipe first, you can adjust according to your own personal preference. As some have suggested, you can ditch the wings and go with drumsticks and/or thighs. However, the base recipe is awesome the way it is and that deserves a 5 star rating on it's own.(IMHO) whatever personal tweeks you decide to use, make it your own style.
These wings are AMAZING! Love the kick from the jerk seasoning, combined with the sweetness of brown sugar and barbecue sauce. Sticky and crispy! Divine!
When I made these, I BBQ'd them, basted with the sauce and then sprinkled them with the jerk seasoning liberally. It was better than shaking them in the bag and also the seasoning wouldn't come off when you basted them with the sauce doing it my way... I used drumsticks and thighs. I also sprinkled a little garlic powder and mixed in a teaspoon of sesame oil and a teaspoon of chili paste for a little bit of heat in the basting sauce. They were delicious.
We love the Caribbean Jerk chicken that's served at a local restaurant. This was better than that! Delicious! and very easy to prepare. I used boneless skinless chicken thighs because they grill well without drying out. I used KC Masterpiece Honey BBQ sauce. Put a ton of the sauce on the chicken and still had half left over. My husband said we should plan to serve this dish at our next dinner party.
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You really need pimento wood to make these even better. Pimento wood is easily found on line and the smoke from the wood makes all the difference.
These were just OK for us. I think 1/2 c. of Jerk Seasoning is way too much for 18 drumettes.
This is AMAZING!! My husband loves Jerk Chicken and so I thought I'd try these. I'm not usually successful with wings, but followed these directions and yummo! I had about 1/4 cup of jerk seasoning but was enough! I used spicy brown mustard too! SOO Good!!
Tried this recipe tonight and it was very good..I read the reviews before I started.I didnt have enough jerk seasoning so I added some caribbean seasoning and flour to the jerk. I only had regular bbq sauce so instead of adding just the mustard I added honey dijon mustard instead..It was very good and I will make this again but with not so much seasoning.