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Recipe: Chicken Sandwich with Tarragon

lemon tarragon chicken sandwich

I was again checking what’s on sale at Regency Spices this morning, and I saw tarragon flakes! I have hardly seen fresh tarragon sold in Hong Kong’s supermarkets (maybe I wasn’t looking carefully enough?) Tarragon when combined with homemade mayonnaise or some nice seasonings like the Jamaican Jerk Chicken Spices makes for a really good sandwich. Recipe: Chicken Sandwich with Tarragon Serving: 2 Ingredients 1 clove garlic 2-3 tsp Jamaican Jerk Seasoning 2 tablespoon cooking wine 220g chicken breast 2 tablespoon lemon juice 1 teaspoon lemon skin, zest ½ apple 4 tablespoon mayonnaise (if you have homemade one, that would be super!) 1 … keep reading

Recipe: Jamaican Jerk Chicken Wings

jamaican jerk chicken recipe

This one’s a go to recipe for barbeque parties. You know the type of food that once you start eating your first bite, you absolutely must have another one? That’s these chicken wings right here. Jamaican Jerk style cooking is all about very strong flavours marinaded into the surface of the meat and then blasted on high heat like a fire or smoke pit oven. If you have the jerk seasoning ready, the recipe is extremely easy to put together. Just marinade in the morning, and you’re set for a barbeque anytime in minutes. Recipe: Jamaican Jerk Chicken Wings Servings: … keep reading