Top Rated Piri Piri Recipes

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anon-jeg6gow8yyth@base.google.com (Belgian-Recipes.be)
For those who love very spicy dips
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Emeril Lagasse
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acid.
Try Piri Piri Sauce from Food.com. - 7458
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Sunset AUGUST 2002
Notes: The marinade can be made 2 to 3 days before using; chill airtight.This recipe goes with Chicken Piri-Piri
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Steven Raichlen, Francine Maroukian, and the Bon Appetit Test Kitchen
Piri-piri chicken is a spicy dish with roots in both Africa and Portugal.
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Wendys Kitchen
Another Epicurious recipe. Dont I love that site. Time does not include marinating time. Read More http://www.epicurious.com/recipes/food/views/Piri-Piri-Chicken-359750#ixzz0rio3Mw00
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TxGriffLover
This is a classic Portuguese dish, popular wherever Portuguese people are to be found. The name comes from the chiles and traditional spice mixture of Angola, a former Portuguese colony. Prepared piri-piri sauce is available in some gourmet shops and on the internet, but you can substitute any hot sauce that you have on hand. The all mighty editor would not let me say "Piri Piri sauce to taste"...so start with a little and add as you can stand the heat. Adapted from Worldwide Recipes.
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Derf
For Bergy, hope this is the right piri-piri spice mix. Found this in B H & G and will try it this weekend. Looks wonderful in the picture and sounds great. It will be interesting to see how it works. Will comment after I try it and let you all know.
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Sarah_Jayne
My husband loves piri piri sauce. He first had it when we went to the Portuguese restaurant chain Nandos and now I have to buy a bottle of it a week. So, I figured I should find an actual recipe for it and try doing it myself. This recipe comes from British tv chef Simon Rimmer who is a chef I particularly enjoy.
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Mini Ravindran
Piri-piri is a popular Tanzanian dip used for grilled meat and chicken. Sometimes it is also mixed and eaten with rice. It might seem like lot of ingredients, but the preparation is very simple. One of the good things about this sauce is that the quantity of chili powder can be adjusted to suit your personal taste. (In Tanzania, it is very hot). Got this on the net !
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Sunset AUGUST 2002
Notes: Buy the chicken already cut into pieces or have your butcher cut it. It's important to bring the marinade to a simmer in step 3 to ensure that you have killed any bacteria from the raw chicken. Brush the piri-piri sauce over hot corn on the cob, drizzle it over the grilled chicken, and use it as a dunking sauce for the bread.
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Lennie
Posted by request; from The Complete Canadian Living Cookbook. Prep time includes LOTS of marinating time.
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