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I love traveling. There’s nothing that makes me more happy than being able to experience new cultures, get to know new people and just walk around in a completely different neighborhood. The best thing about traveling, to me, is that I get to have a taste of the delicious local food. Jamaica has been on my bucket list for years – until I get there, this recipe is the next best thing!
Jamaican jerk chicken is a savory, exotic meal with little hassle. It is fancy enough for an elaborate dinner but simple and quick enough to make for lunch. Not only that, it’s healthy too! Serve this over white rice and with some roasted bell peppers on the side. This recipe generally serves about 8 people. It is spicy but you can leave out the jalapeno to tone it down.
Recipe and photo courtesy of MyRecipes.com
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Quick tip: You could use chicken breasts instead of thighs, if you prefer.