Grilling advise

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  1. GhostZ06

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    So i made some jerk chicken marinade today.




     
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    I would just go straight up with the marinade you posted. Once you see how that goes adjust accordingly.

    I would recommend foil wrapping some apple and/or hickory wood chips and putting that over one of your burners. Once it gets smoking then cook your chicken at a low temp. Offset from the heat. Smoke is a big part of real jerk chicken flavor IMO.
     
  3. Wolveswithkeys

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    are you asking people to advise you?
     
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    Scrody Gold Belt Platinum Member

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    Do whatever you like man. It's just chicken. I'm no grilling expert.
     
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    also add small amounts of paprika, onion powder, & garlic powder
     
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    Sub out the Evoo for sesame oil. Add the garlic seperately
     
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    Salt and Pepper go a long way
     
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    i am, im curious what would be a good glaze for this.
     
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    Add some fresh herbs would be my only suggestion. Otherwise looks good
     
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    start with very high heat and back the heat off a lot after the chicken catches fire for a minute or 2. finishing it slowly keeps it moist. chicken is easy to dry out but also very easy to keep juicy.

    you know TS, you can always pull aside a bit of your marinade, add some glaze to it and taste it from there. tasting is a good way to get things right when cooking. i hope it is good advise.
     
  11. mushishi

    mushishi A is a, a is a, should I save her?

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    Save a little bit of the orininal marinade and make two batches: one with original marinate, one with the garlic sesame. Have no idea if the garlic sasame with work well with original marinade, but can't hurt to try.
     
  12. GhostZ06

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    thanks guys


    ill experiment with these. im just trying to find a way to maybe make it a little sweet on top of the jerk spicy-ness. ill tell you how it turns out
     

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