What is Jerk Marinade?
Jerk is a style of cooking native to Jamaica. It refers to the way that a meat or vegetable is seasoned and cooked. The typical cooking style uses either a wet marinade or a dry rub that includes at least pimento (all spice) and scotch bonnet peppers (or habanero chilli). If you want to bring a spot of Jamaican-inspired cooking into your kitchen, our Jerk Marinade does the work for you.
What can I use it for?
With thirteen ingredients used, this natural marinade is sure to hit the spot. It’s perfect for any kind of meat; beef, fish, chicken, pork, steak, turkey … you name it; it’ll taste exceptional in this Jerk Marinade!
Checkout our recipes section for some inspiration!
What is the Jerk Marinade story?
July 1967 Hayter Road, Brixton, a warm summer’s day, everyone out in the back garden the sweet sound of Reggae music is loud and the rum punch is flowing! The barbecue is hot and all that is now needed is that sweet, smokey and fiery flavour from Jamaica brought to you by Little Brixton
At Little Brixton, we want every single product that we produce to deliver a richness and flavor that simply would not be possible without. This combines a multitude of ingredients to do just that. All-spice, lime, habanero chillis, the freshest spring onion and thyme make up just a handful of the thirteen ingredients used to make this perfect. It’s a spectacular choice for all manner of dishes, from pies to curries.
You could easily create a whopping vegetable-based dish, too, if you are not someone who eats meat. This Jerk Marinade from Little Brixton has many uses – with each one aimed at making your mouth sizzle and your taste buds smile!