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Surprising Uses for Reggae Spice Marinades

Surprising Uses for Reggae Spice Marinades Marinating is a favorite American past-time. We marinate beef, pork, chicken, shrimp, and even vegetables. With our wet marinades, there are many uses with which to choose—some that may also be surprising. So, sit back and learn about the many uses for our flavorful seasonings and marinades.

 

Uses for Reggae Spice Marinades

Hankering for grilled or oven baby back ribs? How about a vegan lentil burger? Reggae Spice marinades can be used in a variety of foods and cooking methods. You can use them in crockpots, on grills, in the oven, on the stovetop, and in a smoker. No matter your taste and preference, Reggae Spice marinades do great on fish and shrimp, squash, carrots, potatoes, and more. Read on for a list of all our products and more surprising uses with our marinades.

Reggae Spice Products

All our products can be used with chicken, beef, pork, fish, and even vegetables, such as potatoes, carrots, corn on the cob, and more. We have packs that include our Mini Curry Pack Marinade Seasoning with the option of Sweet and Sassy or Hot and Spicy. Our best selling Jamaican Jerk Marinade Seasoning can handle 20lbs of meat for our Sweet and Sassy, with one jar of our Hot and Spicy marinade that preps up to 40lbs of meat! Our African Curry Jerk Marinade, French Indian Curry Jerk, Thai Coconut Curry Jerk, and the Booyah Authentic Jamaican Seasoning takes your taste buds on a spicy ride. You can get these marinades separately or try our World Tour Marinade Seasoning Pack that offers you plenty of opportunities to try all of our products and choose your favorites. The great thing about our products is that you don’t need to wait hours for marinating; simply rub on and cook - that’s it! Try these wet marinades on more than just meat and vegetables. Get creative with your sauce, dip, or soups.

Surprising Uses for Marinades

Get ready for mouthwatering recipes that include incorporating healthy eating methods and habits into everyday foods. Here are some recipes for Reggae Spice marinades that you can try. Some of these recipes have videos that show you how to use our products.

Vegan Lentil Burgers - Who says you can’t eat healthily or have a Vegan lifestyle with marinades? Try this Vegan burger recipe used with our Jamaican Jerk Marinade.

Chip Dip - Want a dip with a kick? Our marinades make a great chip or vegetable dip using either French Indian or Thai Coconut, either Hot & Spicy or Sweet & Sassy.

Pineapple Chicken Tacos - Ready for some Jamaican Curry Instant Marinated tacos? Give your tacos a tangy boost.

Fish n’ Chips - Another great recipe to use with our Thai Coconut or French Indian Marinade. Try it with halibut, tilapia, salmon, rainbow trout, or plain trout; any fish will do.

Broiled Curry Shrimp - Want some great seafood? Try this curried shrimp that is simple to cook. Pair it with some pasta and steamed peas, and you have a quick and yummy meal.

Jamaican Jerk Lettuce Wraps - These wraps are a meal all in itself. Use with Jamaican Jerk or Singapore for a tantalizing and zesty flavor.

Smoked Chicken Wings - Looking for an easy and yummy smoked chicken recipe, you can try with friends for the big game? This recipe is it. Marinate with African Curry Jerk, Jamaican Curry, or Thai Coconut and get the perfect crunch.

Perfect Smoked Tri-Tip - All you need is our African Jerk Instant Wet Marinade, some Booyah Dry Rub, and tri-tip roast and some BBQ sauce, and you can sink your teeth into this wonderfully-flavored meat.

Crockpot Ribs - Want a stress-free recipe you can throw into the crockpot and come home later and eat? Try our crockpot ribs for your family that smells not only heavenly but also tastes divine. Invite people over and have a meat fondue party with all our products. Cook up some ribs, chicken, pork, fish, and more. Here are some other recipes our customers have used with Reggae Spice Marinades:

Jerk Chicken For Bachelors (and others)

Ingredients 2 Chicken breasts Pinch of salt 2 spoonfuls of Jamaican Jerk Marinade Seasoning (Or your favorite) Oil of your choice (Pam, Olive Oil, Coconut Oil, Butter, etc.) Using scissors cube the chicken breasts. Coat pan with oil of your choice, and apply low heat (recommend a stovetop). Add chopped chicken breasts to the pan, sprinkle with salt, and cook thoroughly. Once the chicken is cooked through, add to a large bowl. Add two spoonfuls of Jamaican Jerk Marinade Seasoning and stir. Eat and enjoy!

Easy & Scrumptious Aioli Dressing

2 tablespoons Mayo or Miracle Whip salad dressing 1 teaspoon Reggae spice (pick your favorite) Makes a Fantastic Aioli style dressing that works great as a sandwich spread. There are many cooking methods you can try with our products. Smoke pork and beef for a unique taste, or barbeque and let the rich marinade glaze your chicken thighs or breasts. Whichever way you cook, Reggae Spice wet marinades will provide the flavor you’ve been looking for and could never quite find.

 

Try Reggae Spice

Now that you have easy recipes at your fingertips, contact us or visit our shop to try one, a few, or all of them. Your next barbeque or holiday celebration will be one that friends and family will remember for years to come when you treat their taste buds to our products.

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