GraceKennedy Offers Ebook On How To Use Jamaican Jerk Sauce For Meats Aside From Chicken

Oct 05, 2017

Kingston, Jamaica company GraceKennedy is the official distributor of original Jamaican jerk sauce in the United States and is currently selling on the online marketplace. Their seasoning sauce is commonly used on jerk chicken, but the company is keen to let people know that it is equally tasty on other kinds of meats, including steak. To demonstrate the versatility of the Jamaican jerk sauce, the company has made a free ebook available with every purchase.

"Most people have heard of jerk chicken," says Deidre, a representative from GraceKennedy. "However, it can also be used on beef, pork, fish, shrimp, and so on. This is a true explosion for your taste buds and we really want to encourage people to give it a try. Our recipe ebook will reveal lots of tasty dishes for you to enjoy."

The sauce has proven to be incredibly popular and has long been a best selling item on Amazon. People have praised how the taste is so authentic and how it has given them a taste of home, or a memory of their most recent vacation. "Went to Jamaica and fell in love with the food. Got back to the States and ordered some Grace Jerk Seasoning and got busy in the kitchen making some jerk chicken. It was priced well and shipped very quickly. It was very good and taste pretty much the same as in Jamaica...," says an Amazon customer.

Other customers have explained how they have tried using the sauce with a variety of other meats, and how it has worked equally well. Barbecued jerk shrimps have proven to be particularly popular, and so is jerk beef. The GraceKennedy representative adds: "If you have ever tried jerk seasoning, you will know that it is something that goes with everything. Our recipe book contains lots of recipes to prove it, and we love hearing from our customers about how much they have enjoyed it."

The GraceKennedy Jamaican jerk sauce is available in both mild and hot strength. While some would argue that the traditional way to eat it is hot, others would disagree. Either way, the jamaican jerk sauce can be found in Hot and Mild on