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Peri-peri Sauce

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Piri-piri sauce

What is it?

Peri-peri sauce, made from a mixture of chiles, spices, citrus, and onion, is used in recipes to impart a unique tangy heat. The sauce originated in Portuguese cuisine, and is named for the peri peri (or piri piri) chile, native to Africa. The thick texture and warm flavors make it a natural fit for curries and a great match for grilled fish or tofu. The intensity of the heat and flavors vary from brand to brand.

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    Grilled Peri-Peri Chicken

    Peri-peri sauce is a hot, spicy chile–pepper–based condiment that originated in the Portuguese colonies of Africa. Available at most supermarkets, it gives the chicken a tangy not-too-hot flavor. Look for…

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