Top 10 Best Selling Jerk Seasonings June 2012

Top 10 Best Selling Jerk Seasonings June 2012

Spice up your culinary delights with a splash of Caribbean flavor from Jamaica.

1. Walkerswood Jamaican Jerk Seasoning 6. McCormick Caribbean Jerk Seasoning
2. Busha Brownes Authentic Jerk Seasoning 7. Island Spice JERK Seasoning
3. Grace Jamaican Dried Jerk Seasoning 8. Spice Appeal Jamaican Jerk Seasoning
4. Jerk Seasoning Freshly Packed 9. Lysander’s Premium Marinade Island Jerk
5. Durkee Jamaican Jerk Seasoning 10. A.1. Steak House Marinade Jamaican Jerk

1. Walkerswood Jamaican Jerk Seasoning – 10 oz

Price: $3.40

  • A bottle of 10 ounces
  • Hot and spicy
  • Jerking is a traditional style of barbecuing

For Chicken, Pork, Fish, Hamburgers & Vegetables.

Jerking is a traditional style of barbecuing. This paste, when rubbed sparingly into meat should be left overnight for best results, then grilled or roasted slowly. Adjust to your taste…if you like it mild, or HOT! HOT! HOT

2. Busha Brownes Authentic Jerk Seasoning 4 Oz

Price: $8.99

  • Net quantity of 4 ounces
  • Blend of herbs and spices combined to create the legendary hot marinade
  • Provides a stimulating flavour and an absolutely irresistible aroma

Scallions, Hot Peppers, Salt, Black Pepper, Allspice, Cane Vinegar, Citric Acid

This paste when rubbed sparingly into meat should be left overnight for best results, then grilled or roasted slowly. Adjust amount used to your taste.

3. Grace Jamaican Dried Jerk Seasoning 6 oz

Price: $2.39

  • Sprinkle to Taste !!!
  • Great for Chicken, Fish, Pork or any meal youchoose the great taste of Jamaican Jerk.
  • Quality Since 1922

Jamaican Pimento, Ginger, Crushed Pepper, Ground Pepper, Garlic, Onion, Thyme, Onion Chips, Cumin, Sugar, Salt and Citric Acid as a Preservative.

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Price: $10.02

  • Quality Spices
  • In Large Jars
  • Packed Fresh Weekly

Pure And Natural Spices, where we pack and sell a large selection of spices, herbs and blends, in attractive, clear, almost quart size, wide mouth jars, with tamper proof seals. Marshalls Creek Spices stock over 150 different varieties. All packed weekly, unlike what you buy in the store. The stores carry spices that are packed somewhere, then shipped and stored somewhere else, and then months later, end up on your stores shelf. Where it may sit for another few weeks. For freshness, quality and economy.

5. Durkee Jamaican Jerk Seasoning, 25-Ounce Containers (Pack of 2)

Price: $29.06

Ingredients Salt, Spices, Sugar, Dehydrated Onion and Red Pepper.

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6. McCormick Caribbean Jerk Seasoning, 18-Ounce

Price: $13.95

  • Savory
  • Tropical

McCormick Caribbean Jerk Seasoning. This savory sensation delicately blends the heat of red and black peppers with the essence of tropical spices such as allspice and cloves. Rosemary and thyme round out the recipe to give the sweet/hot, tantalizing taste of the islands. Where does this savory sensation originate? Jerk is a centuries-old method of marinating and preserving strips of meat. Dating back to the mid-seventeenth century, the meat was heavily coated with a special spice combination and grilled very slowly for several hours. Kosher OU Ingredients: Salt, Spices, (including Red Pepper), Dextrose, Caramel Color, Chives, and Sulfiting Agents.

7. Island Spice JERK Seasoning – Product of Jaimaica – THREE 8oz Jars

Price: $19.99

  • Works wonders as a marinade with oil, lime juice and green onions
  • Use it on meat, chicken, fish and seafood
  • Add it to any dish to get a delicious spicy flavor
  • No additional salt is needed when it is added to the food

Our signature blend of spices and our #1 seller in Jamaica and the Caribbean with its distinctive spicy flavor. A very famous spice used to make Jerk chicken and Jerk pork on the streets of the Islands.

8. Spice Appeal Jamaican Jerk Seasoning, 20-Ounce Jar

Price: $14.16

Jamaican Jerk Seasoning contains Salt, Sugar, Cinnamon, Allspice, Thyme, Garlic, Onion, Chili, Black Pepper, Cayenne, Nutmeg, Fennel, Ginger

This fiery island blend can be used as a rub or marinade on almost any type of grilled meat. Most commonly used to season pork and chicken, and referred to as “jerk pork” and “jerk chicken.” Makes a wonderful barbecue sauce. Add a dash to a variety of chicken dishes. Includes allspice, garlic, black pepper, chiles, onion, and a variety of other spices.

9. Lysander’s Premium Marinade, Island Jerk, 1-Ounce (Pack of 6)

Price: $14.64

  • One packet contains enough marinade for more then 2 pounds of meat, just 15 minutes is all it takes! Only the finest herb and spices go into our products. Flavors meat perfectly and quickly
  • Quality meats deserve premium marinades
  • Florida

Lysander’s Island Jerk Marinade a select blend of herbs and spices created especially for meats. All natural ingredients no MSG, fillers or artificial ingredients. 12 packets per case each packet is 1 ounce.

10. A.1. Steak House Marinade, Jamaican Jerk, 16-Ounce Bottles (Pack of 6)

Price: $16.20

  • Case of six 16-ounce bottles of 30-minute marinade (total of 96 fluid ounces)
  • Made with molasses, cinnamon, and lime juice
  • Low in fat and cholesterol-free
  • Packaged in recyclable bottles
  • Great with meat, poultry, and vegetables

Inspired by the rich flavors of Jamaica, this robust marinade combines a zesty blend of spices to create a flavor you would expect from the best restaurants in the Caribbean. A1 Jamaican Jerk Marinade enhances the natural flavor of all kinds of meat, poultry, seafood, and vegetables. Made with molasses, cinnamon, and lime juice, this fresh, zesty sauce also tastes fabulous when added to stews, sauces, and casseroles. With its memorable flavor, A1 Jamaican Jerk Marinade brings the taste of the islands to your own table.

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