Jerked Chicken Wings

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Bring home that Caribbean vibe and taste of the islands!

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Prep Time

5 min

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Cook Time

30 min

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Wait Time

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Jerked Chicken Wings

Ingredients

Serves 2
2 servings Serves

Instructions

Step 1

Part two of the Caribbean hang-over experience. A day only from arriving back to the US, Jan asked me make jerked wings. I needed something quick since I am still abit tired so off to the supermarket got these. Oh, and trust me on that Caribbean Citrus one. It was heck of a kick than a jerk! 🙃

Part two of the Caribbean hang-over experience. A day only from arriving back to the US, Jan asked me make jerked wings. I needed something quick since I am still abit tired so off to the supermarket got these. Oh, and trust me on that Caribbean Citrus one. It was heck of a kick than a jerk! 🙃

Step 2

Wash your wingettes and divide them equally. Since I am using two different flavors, I divided them equally to 6. Rub the Caribbean Citrus generously to the wingettes, making sure to cover all areas and folds.

Wash your wingettes and divide them equally. Since I am using two different flavors, I divided them equally to 6. Rub the Caribbean Citrus generously to the wingettes, making sure to cover all areas and folds.

Step 3

Marinade the second half of the wingettes in the Caribbean Jerk making sure each is covered generously.

Marinade the second half of the wingettes in the Caribbean Jerk making sure each is covered generously.

Step 4

Set these ticking hot bombs aside for atleast 30 minutes to soak in the flavors.

Set these ticking hot bombs aside for atleast 30 minutes to soak in the flavors.

Step 5

Once ready, pre-heat oven to 400F. Place them in a foil lined baking sheet and drizzle olive oil over the rubbed wingettes (those in Caribbean Cirtus flavor). Bake for 20 minutes, turn and then bake for an additional 10 minutes.

Once ready, pre-heat oven to 400F. Place them in a foil lined baking sheet and drizzle olive oil over the rubbed wingettes (those in Caribbean Cirtus flavor). Bake for 20 minutes, turn and then bake for an additional 10 minutes.

Step 6

Serve with mango dipping sauce and piña colada! P.S. I find that the Caribbean Citrus is more spicier than the Caribbean Jerk, more likely because it is rubbed instead of marinated. However they are equally good and sticky (according to my husband). Enjoy~

Serve with mango dipping sauce and piña colada! P.S. I find that the Caribbean Citrus is more spicier than the Caribbean Jerk, more likely because it is rubbed instead of marinated. However they are equally good and sticky (according to my husband). Enjoy~

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Jerked Chicken Wings

Jerked Chicken Wings

By lovejanjackson

Bring home that Caribbean vibe and taste of the islands!

Prep Time

5 min

Cook Time

30 min

Wait Time

--

Ingredients

Serves 2

Instructions

Part two of the Caribbean hang-over experience. A day only from arriving back to the US, Jan asked me make jerked wings. I needed something quick since I am still abit tired so off to the supermarket got these. Oh, and trust me on that Caribbean Citrus one. It was heck of a kick than a jerk! 🙃

Step 1

Part two of the Caribbean hang-over experience. A day only from arriving back to the US, Jan asked me make jerked wings. I needed something quick since I am still abit tired so off to the supermarket got these. Oh, and trust me on that Caribbean Citrus one. It was heck of a kick than a jerk! 🙃

Wash your wingettes and divide them equally. Since I am using two different flavors, I divided them equally to 6. Rub the Caribbean Citrus generously to the wingettes, making sure to cover all areas and folds.

Step 2

Wash your wingettes and divide them equally. Since I am using two different flavors, I divided them equally to 6. Rub the Caribbean Citrus generously to the wingettes, making sure to cover all areas and folds.

Marinade the second half of the wingettes in the Caribbean Jerk making sure each is covered generously.

Step 3

Marinade the second half of the wingettes in the Caribbean Jerk making sure each is covered generously.

Set these ticking hot bombs aside for atleast 30 minutes to soak in the flavors.

Step 4

Set these ticking hot bombs aside for atleast 30 minutes to soak in the flavors.

Once ready, pre-heat oven to 400F. Place them in a foil lined baking sheet and drizzle olive oil over the rubbed wingettes (those in Caribbean Cirtus flavor). Bake for 20 minutes, turn and then bake for an additional 10 minutes.

Step 5

Once ready, pre-heat oven to 400F. Place them in a foil lined baking sheet and drizzle olive oil over the rubbed wingettes (those in Caribbean Cirtus flavor). Bake for 20 minutes, turn and then bake for an additional 10 minutes.

Serve with mango dipping sauce and piña colada! P.S. I find that the Caribbean Citrus is more spicier than the Caribbean Jerk, more likely because it is rubbed instead of marinated. However they are equally good and sticky (according to my husband). Enjoy~

Step 6

Serve with mango dipping sauce and piña colada! P.S. I find that the Caribbean Citrus is more spicier than the Caribbean Jerk, more likely because it is rubbed instead of marinated. However they are equally good and sticky (according to my husband). Enjoy~

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