Jerk Chicken with Pineap­ple salsa

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750 gm chicken thighs 6 Ha­banero pep­pers 6 scal­lions, roughly chopped 2- inch fresh gin­ger, roughly chopped 6 gar­lic cloves 2 tbsp thyme 1 tbsp ground all­spice 1 tsp nut­meg, freshly grated 2 tbsp dark brown sugar ½ cup soy sauce 2 tbsp lemon zest and ¼ cup juice of 2 lemons ¼ cup olive oil 2 tsp black pep­per, or to taste 1 tbsp salt, or to taste 2 tbsp all­spice 2 tbsp but­ter

For the pineap­ple salsa:

100 gm pineap­ple, fresh 1 green chilli 1 tsp red chilli pow­der 2 tbsp lemon juice


For the salsa, chop up the pineap­ple and place in a bowl. Mix with the rest of the ingredients and set aside till ready to serve. Com­bine the pep­pers, scal­lions, gin­ger, gar­lic, thyme, all­spice, nut­meg, brown sugar, soy sauce, all­spice, lemon zest and juice, olive oil, black pep­per and salt in a food pro­ces­sor or a blender. Blend un­til a smooth purée is formed, about one minute. Place chicken in a big bowl or in a zip lock bag and mix un­til thor­oughly coated with the mari­nade. Fill the bag with ½ cup water and re­frig­er­ate for at least 10 hours or up to one day. Pre­heat oven to 200° C and grease the bak­ing dish. Lay the chicken pieces into the dish and driz­zle the mari­nade on top. Place in the mid­dle rack of the oven for about 45 min­utes, un­til the chicken is well done. Fin­ish by sear­ing the chicken in a non- stick pan with but­ter, 2 min­utes each side. Place chicken on a serv­ing plate, driz­zle over with left­over juice from the bak­ing dish, and serve with pineap­ple salsa.

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