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Old 08-14-2012, 05:16 AM   #21
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I thought piri piri was Portuguese ?
I thought it was too GQ
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One of my all time faves from South Africa! We have a Nandos Peri Peri downtown that is quite good, but I am sure this homemade version is better! Thanks for sharing, Harry!
We have Nandos here too and I love their Piri Piri chicken...and their burgers
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Sounds great and looks lovely
heavyweight punches of flavour & heat plus no fat or oil....winner winner piri piri chicken dinner!!
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I am sure Steve will love this too...I will copy and paste this one for sure
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I am sure Steve will love this too...I will copy and paste this one for sure
sure he will k,perfect hot weather grub!
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Old 08-15-2012, 04:11 AM   #26
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Thats what we need for our summers
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Harry's healthy piri piri chicken this is probably the most fat free,tastiest,downright feel good,packed with good stuff & blow your socks off dish i cook,i implore you to try it & as they say in the house of commons "mr speaker,honourable ladies & gentlemen,i commend this recipe to the house".four things before i start: 1)it works just as well with skinless joints as whole chicken...forget breast meat,use thighs & drummers,that's where the flavour is 2)mr speaker i make no apologies to the right honourable members of the opposition for using bottled peppers,i have done the charring,polythene bag,scraping of peppers malarkey,these are better imo 3)the marinade used as a condiment [COLOR=Red]HAS NOT[/COLOR] been anywhere near the chook.i reserved it after making it from the main batch [COLOR=Red]BEFORE[/COLOR] marinading with the rest. 4)NO additional oil or fat is used mr speaker,may i continue please? thank you a)skinless super trimmed spatchcock poussin or joints scored to the bone b)roasted red peppers in brine from a jar c)indian finger chillies or other hot chillies to taste d)peeled garlic cloves to taste e)peeled shallots or red onions f)juice of one small lemon & lime g)tablespoon red wine vinegar h)heaped teaspoon ground cumin i)one chipotle chilli j)sea salt & ground black pepper k)large pinch of caster sugar chop b,c,d,e,i & chuck in a food processor with f,g,h,j,k & whizz til blended & smooth. reserve as much or as little as you like as condiment cover the chicken with the rest,film up & put in fridge for minimum two hours,preferably all day. preheat oven to 230c/420f scrape off as much marinade as possible & bake in top of oven til cooked & you have some nice charred bits here & there. while the chook is cooking bring the reserved marinade to the boil in a pan & add a couple of glugs of tomato ketchup to sweeten/add depth.simmer til you are happy with consistency/taste ENJOY...this stuff does you good,i know,i've just eaten it:yum: 3 stars 1 reviews
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