Authentic Jamaican Jerk Pork Recipe
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jamaican jerk pork -boston style

Jamaican Jerk Pork - Boston Style

Jamaican Jerk Pork Recipe by Kemoy McCurbyn (Jamaican housewife)

Jamaica is famous for our jerk, filled with succulent mouthwatering flavors and spices, but “nutten nuh nicer dan a piece of Jamaican jerk pork - boston style (above), pan jerk or even oven baked”

I bet that sometimes you would like to have piece of jerk pork but got discouraged because you are not in Jamaica. 

No fuss anymore, you can use everyday spices and seasoning that are found in your pantry and make a delicious homemade Jamaican oven jerk pork that you and your family will be sure to enjoy.

This wonderful do it yourself recipe below can make you conquer any taste bud.

Jamaican Jerk Pork Recipe

OVEN BAKED JAMAICAN JERK PORK

Preparation Time: 15 – 20 minutes

Cook Time: 3hrs – 4hrs

Servings: Depends on the amount of meat you prefer to use

Marinating time 12hrs – 24hrs

Ingredients

½  tsp salt
1 tsp black pepper
Pimento
4 garlic cloves
½ cup brown sugar
6 scotch bonnet / hot pepper
2 sprig of thyme
2 sprig of escallion
½ tsp cinnamon powder
½ nutmeg (grated)
3 tbs soy sauce
¼ cup vinegar
4 lbs pork leg

Preparation:

Combine salt, black pepper, pimento, garlic, sugar, pepper, thyme, scallion, cinnamom, nutmeg, soy sauce, and vinegar in blender, blend until the combination is smooth.

Remove excess fat from pork, wash with lime juice or vinegar.

Pour blended seasoning and spices unto the pork, rub seasoning in thoroughly with your hands, and make sure to season each piece of meat. Ensure that the dish is tightly covered so that the pork marinates thoroughly.  Set pork in the refrigerator for 12hrs – 24hrs for marinating.

When you are ready to cook the pork thaw for an hour. Rub pork again with your hands.

Preheat oven to 450o  F.

Line baking tray with foil paper and place each piece of meat about 2 inches apart on the tray.  Place baking tray in the oven, roast for 30 minutes.  Then lower the oven temperature to 325o F. Cover tray with foil and bake for another 3 ½ hrs.

Now go and serve your oven jerked pork with your favorite side!

jamaican jerk pork - oven baked

Hope you enjoyed this recipe and your oven jerk pork turned out beautiful, and tasty, mine surely was mouthwatering, can’t wait to cook up another batch.

Until next time………… si unnu lata.
Note: Be sure to see our other free Jamaican recipes!

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