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Old 10-16-2005, 05:53 PM   #1
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Marinaded Chicken Skewers

Marinaded some chicken tenders in KC Masterpiece Caribbean Jerk marinade, then skewered with bacon. Turned out great, good and simple.





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Looks good and simple, thanks.
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Looks good and simple, thanks.
Very simple indeed!! Bought the chicken tenders on sale, marinaded in KC Masterpiece Carribbean Jerk Marinade for a couple hours. Put a half a strip of bacon on each piece and grilled. No fuss, no muss!
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How is that Jerk Marinade, is it pretty spicy or have they tuned it down.
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How is that Jerk Marinade, is it pretty spicy or have they tuned it down.
Bruce, not spicy at all. Very good stuff. KC also makes a Teriyaki Marinade that is outstanding as well.
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Looks like a good tailgate recipie. Fantastic pics Larry. Thanks.
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