Jerk Marinade Seasoning Rub
Ingredients15 m servings 235 cals
- Whisk onion powder, thyme, allspice, black pepper, turbinado sugar, garlic powder, sea salt, ginger, cinnamon, nutmeg, cayenne pepper, marjoram, sage, and rosemary together in a bowl.
- Cook's Note:
- You can use bird's eye pepper instead of cayenne pepper, if desired. I store the finished seasoning in a sealed glass jar to maintain its pungent smell and freshness. This is so delicious, add it to chicken, beef, or fish as a marinade, or make it into a jerk sauce. Add it to rice, or couscous as a spicy seasoning, or even use as rub for tempeh, or sliced tofu! Fabulous!
Per Serving: 235 calories; 4.5 g fat; 53.3 g carbohydrates; 5.8 g protein; 0 mg cholesterol; 3991 mg sodium. Full nutrition
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This is a wonderful dry rub or whisk into olive oil for a marinade. I didn't have any turbinado sugar so I substituted raw organic coconut sugar. Makes a large amount but so easy to keep in an...
Delicious and unique. Usually the griller receives all the compliments, but this rub is so good, I was complimented as well. I didn't have all of the ingredients, but most, and it was still amaz...
I don't usually rate recipes but since this one has so few ratings I just had to give my 5 stars. I followed this recipe exactly and it turned out fantastic. I made a thick paste with olive oi...
Solid Jerk dry rub! I use it for grilled boneless chicken thighs. coat the thighs, place in a bag, (I use the food saver machine) Let them set in the fridge for a day or so before grilling. Gril...
This recipe was enough for me to fill a 12oz spice bottle...I used cane sugar and added an extra 2 tbsp...
I used the recipe with all the optional stuff added. It's great. I think I will try it like a season-all type addition.
made this marinade rub, and used it on some pork ribs for my family, they loved the ribs came out really nice!! I will definitely use this again!!
I ran out of my other jerk seasoning and made this one. I will never buy this seasoning again