Recipe Nandos Portuguese style CHICKEN-peri peri-piri piri-chilli sauce – hot Nandos style sauce

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http://www.recipesbynation.com – This chilli marinade sauce will allow you to grill chicken with an authentic Portuguese flavour.

If you like Nandos style chicken or chicken served barbecued style in Portuguese restaurants then you will love this sauce.

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  1. Jose Alves says:

    my name is Bob and I am your sister….all the best.

  2. MrColuber says:

    Mark Billingham, the peppers are from Africa, but the sauce itself is indeed Portuguese.

  3. King-Ehsan says:

    You have the same blender as me :O

  4. MrLiveEra says:

    Pff we all know peri peri was invented in England :/

  5. Carter Kent says:

    My stomic hurts from eating plain piri piri sauce

  6. very good, but make sure you wash el handies after making da sauce, otherwise the end of your cockio or your vagio will be very scorchio, muchas gracias, mucho amor, me love yo long time

  7. Is it ok to use white vinegar instead of white wine vinegar? Thank you!

  8. Song Bird says:

    What would you put this on?

  9. It's not peri peri if the birds eye chili is not used, just as Tabasco is not Tabasco if the tabasco chilli is not used. But that does not mean that you that you cant make a good meal using other chillis.

  10. Most good recipes and spices etc have derived from Africa, China or other exotic places not from Europeans traditionally bland taste buds until they discovered the east etc

  11. Harvey Klee says:

    @recipesbynation also: So Mark, shouldn't that African Birds Eye chili be one of the ingredients? Or does it not really matter?

  12. FONO134 says:

    Thanks for the recipe, I just did it, and it is delicious!!

  13. paid321 says:

    This fantastic sauce.. U have got to try and make it.. It just like the commercial stuff, but better and made right, it's great.

  14. Peri Peri is from Africa. It was developed by Portuguese colonists in Mozambique from the African Birds Eye chili which had hybridised naturally from chillies brought over by settlers. It is very closely related to the Tabasco chilli. It soon spread over the border to South Africa during the late 1800's by Portuguese Mozambicans who resettled there.. All 3 terms Peri Peri, Piri Piri and pili pili (Swahili) are correct. It definitely did not originate in Portugal itself.

  15. Jono Hugo says:

    actually Mozambique, but south africa is a bordering country, it was developmed there by portuguse immigrants, i should know i am south african

  16. Jono Hugo says:

    actually Mozambique, but south africa is a bordering country, it was developmed there by portuguse immigrants, i should know i am south african

  17. Jono Hugo says:

    actually Mozambique, but south africa is a bordering country, it was developmed there by portuguse immigrants, i should know i am south african

  18. you are right, it's south african.

  19. Gizmo6iX says:

    I went for crazy hot. Knocked me out.

  20. nixiboo69 says:

    peri peri IS portuguese! dumbass's think they know everything n no jack. im portuguese n im saying it is!!! lol

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