Here’s a twist on traditional American barbecued chicken. The spice rub is similar to Jamaican jerk seasoning, and the “sauce” is a rum and pineapple glaze.
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DELICIOUS!!! This glaze is addictive, you will be licking the leftover sauce in the pot.....(I mean, I hear SOME people do ;)I didn't have dark rum so I used my clear coconut rum mixed with a little dark maple syrup to equal 1/4 cup.I grilled this on an indoor grill on my gas stove, and yes it gets black and charred easily so watch the heat and you may need to flip a few times more to even it out.I made the grilled pineapple as well (glazed with some sauce also) and authentic rice and peas as a side.Topped this dish off with a coconut rum, pineapple juice, lime cocktail to drink!
Made this tonight for supper and it was AMAZING! Made the rub,spread over chicken and refrigerated for a few hours. The glaze was awesome and I doubled the recipe so I would have some left after glazing chicken for 6. Chicken was moist,taste was exotic and delicious.Great recipe and easy as pie to make.
Chicken gets slightly charred due to the sugar in the spice blend and glaze. Kind of reminds me of a cajun blackened chicken. The glaze is delicious and could be eaten on its own. Overall, very tasty.
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