Top Rated Piri Piri Recipes

by
Emeril Lagasse
0
by
Lennie
Posted by request; from The Complete Canadian Living Cookbook. Prep time includes LOTS of marinating time.
0
by
Lavender Lynn
This recipe is from portuguesecooking.com
0
by
CanadianLiving.com
You can decrease the hot pepper flakes to 1 tsp (5 mL) in this hot and lemony Portuguese-inspired chicken if desired. The garlic imparts a mellow sweetness. Serve with rice and zucchini.
0
by
www.epicurean.com
For a marinade, combine all the ingredients except butter in a bowl with meat or seafood. Stir to coat each piece well. If you'll be cooking within a couple of hours, let the mixture sit at room temperature; otherwise, cover and refrigerate. ...
0
This recipe is based on one by Jorge Jordão, the chef at Zambi, a restaurant in Maputo, Mozambique.
0
by
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.
0
by
Bruce W. Fullerton
Hot Sauce This is a good sauce for various recipes such as sea food and many other recipes. Recipe from
0
by
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 !
0
by
CoCaShe
This is a really versatile sauce: I've used it as a marinade or a baste, on chicken, pork and beef and it's turned out great every time. The recipe is from chatelaine.com.
0
by
alligirl
This recipe is taken from Emeril Lagasse's book - 'From Emeril's Kitchen'. The preface to the recipe states "This spicy Portuguese sauce is an awesome addition to any dish. Serve it as a condiment for seasoning soups or other pasta dishes to totally kick them up." The Portuguese had a huge influence on African cooking. Posted for ZWT. *Cooking time includes storage/wait time in fridge.*
0
by
acid.
Try Piri Piri Sauce from Food.com. - 7458
0