Jamaican Jerk Chicken Wings Kicks-Off Autumn Party Menu

The cooler temperatures arrived in the garden and I’m working on Autumn decorations.  Over the next few days I’m going to be sharing some wonderful recipes dedicated to helping you keep the garden party going well into Autumn season.   The recipes I’m sharing in this Autumn Party Menu Planner are from the Culinary Wingman over at Urban Accents. To kick-off this fun recipe sharing event on my site I’m starting out with one of my ALL TIME favorites: Chicken Wings!  This recipe is guaranteed to warm up the festivities with Jamaican Jerk BBQ spice and twist of lime. 

Jamaican Jerk Chicken Wings Kicks-Off Autumn Party Menu

Last of the summer harvest in my home garden.

Jamaican Jerk Chicken Wings

Please note the image below features drum sticks but this can EASILY be created with chicken wings. I hope you take advantage of the print option located in the recipe share below.

Caymen Citrus Chicken Wings
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Yield: 4

Caymen Citrus Chicken Wings


  • 3 lb chicken - breasts, drum sticks, thighs or wings
  • 2 Tbsp Extra virgin olive oil
  • 2 Tbsp soy sauce
  • 4 Tbsp white wine vinegar
  • 1 cup orange juice
  • 4 Tbsp fresh lime juice
  • 4 Tbsp Urban Accents Jamaican Jerk BBQ


  1. In medium non-metallic bowl, whisk together olive oil, soy sauce, white wine vinegar, orange juice, lime juice and Jamaican Jerk BBQ.
  2. Add chicken breasts; mix well to coat evenly. Cover chicken and refrigerate at least one hour.
  3. Bake or grill chicken as preferred.
  4. Reduce leftover marinade by first bringing it to a boil, and then simmering for at least 10 min. Pour over cooked chicken.
  5. This marinade can also be used for pork, lamb, beef, shrimp or any of your favorite grilled meats.

Recipe and photo credit : Chicago Couple at Urban Accents

About Urban Accents

That photo from Urban Accents Instagram page looks amazing… corn and lobster!  The Chicago couple who created Urban Accents was recently featured in Forbes Magazine for building a 1.5 million dollar business with spice mixes that are featured at Whole Foods and Safeway. Read  more about their journey in the interview posted at : UrbanAccent.com   They’ve come along way from mixing up spices in their basement in a green Tupperware bowl.

Be sure to stop over at their Facebook, Instagram and Twitter Page to follow all the spicy fun!

I’m so excited to be sharing these recipes in the days to come because Autumn outdoors is truly one of my favorite seasons to entertain outdoors. I’d love to hear what your favorite recipe to prepare this time of year is… do tell by commenting on the space at the bottom of this post.

Happy Autumn,


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