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Pain Is Good Caribbean Jerk Wing Sauce - 13.5 ounce bottle
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Pain Is Good Caribbean Jerk Wing Sauce - 13.5 ounce bottle

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Pain Is Good Caribbean Jerk Wing Sauce - Screamin Joe wants to take you to the island of Jamaica with his Sweet Caribbean Jerk wing sauce. So grab
your Caribbean Jerk wings, lie back in your hammock and enjoy the island breeze.



Preparation Instructions: Grill, bake, or fry chicken wings according to your preference. Warm sauce over low heat but do not boil. Pour
sauce liberally over wings and toss to coat evenly. Enjoy!


Healthier Version: Place chicken tenders on a skewer and grill on barbecue. Lightly coat tenders with sauce in final 2 minutes of cooking.
When fully cooked, coat tenders liberally with warm sauce. Enjoy!


From Kansas


Ingredients: Ketchup, brown sugar, apple cider vinegar, canola oil, extra virgin olive oil, Red pepper sauce, distilled vinegar, corn
starch, Worcestershire sauce, Black pepper, jerk seasoning, salt, Cayenne pepper, garlic powder, lemon juice concentrate, onion powder, spices. Contains:
Fish (Anchovies).

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Pain Is Good Caribbean Jerk Wing Sauce - Screamin Joe wants to take you to the island of Jamaica with his Sweet Caribbean Jerk wing sauce. So grab your Caribbean Jerk wings, lie back in your hammock and enjoy the island breeze.

Preparation Instructions: Grill, bake, or fry chicken wings according to your preference. Warm sauce over low heat but do not boil. Pour sauce liberally over wings and toss to coat evenly. Enjoy!

Healthier Version: Place chicken tenders on a skewer and grill on barbecue. Lightly coat tenders with sauce in final 2 minutes of cooking. When fully cooked, coat tenders liberally with warm sauce. Enjoy!

From Kansas

Ingredients: Ketchup, brown sugar, apple cider vinegar, canola oil, extra virgin olive oil, Red pepper sauce, distilled vinegar, corn starch, Worcestershire sauce, Black pepper, jerk seasoning, salt, Cayenne pepper, garlic powder, lemon juice concentrate, onion powder, spices. Contains: Fish (Anchovies).

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