piri-piri


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piri-piri

(ˌpɪrɪˈpɪrɪ)
n
(Cookery) a hot sauce, of Portuguese colonial origin, made from red chilli peppers
[from a Bantu language: literally, pepper]
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4 Piri-piri chicken salad Preheat the oven to 200degC/fan 180degC/ gas 6.
Chop the chicken into 2cm cubes and toss in the piri-piri sauce.
II MANY of us know the drill with Nando's - "fresh chicken, marinated in Piri-Piri and "flamegrilled in your choice of spice from the Piri-ometer".
So with the combination of a spicy marinade and skill, today's piri-piri chicken burger is moist, tender and packed full of flavour.
Look what Piri-piri halloumi and slaw wraps with sweet potato wedges Serves 4 Ingredients 4 small sweet potatoes 1 tbsp vegetable or sunflower oil 2 large carrots 1 large red onion, halved 1/2 white cabbage, halved and cored handful coriander, chopped, plus a few leaves to serve 200ml/7fl oz natural yogurt juice and zest 1 lime 225g block halloumi 4 tbsp piri-piri sauce (we used medium strength) 4 large seeded wraps Method 1 Heat oven to 200C/180C fan/gas 6.
It's got some pretty terrifying titles too like the "electric chair" - pulled pork with piri-piri, double rack of ribs, fried chicken fillets with ghost chili butter and cheese.
His restaurant makes a delicious example of one of Portugal's most celebrated dishes and one that's rapidly growing in popularity thanks to the Nando's chain - piri-piri grilled chicken.
For the chilli dressing, take 2 tbsp piri-piri sauce, one clove of garlic and 100g (3oz) mayonnaise.
Award-winning specialist fresh and exotic ingredients supplier Beacon Foods is aiming to inject spice into a range of food products with its new piri-piri sauce.
Marinate the steak in the piri-piri for at least 30 mins.
Africa is the source of the heat, but it was the Portuguese spirit of adventure that brought us chicken piri-piri, a spicy grilled dish common in southern Portugal and in Portuguese-style restaurants in Africa (where piri-piri is a small hot chili).
Alongside its Green and Pink Peppercorns, Nathan Frost Limited has also introduced two new varieties under the Luxeaper brand name -- Piri-piri, a fiery, red hot pepper, and Pepperoni, its milder green relative.