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Serves 6 1 roasting chicken Marinade 8 garlic cloves, crushed 1 pinch salt juice of 2 lemons 1 teaspoon bay leaf powder 2 teaspoons paprika 2 tablespoons softened butter pinch salt Piri Piri sauce 4 tablespoons ground piri-piri pepper 100 ml olive oil juice of 1/2 lemon Mix all ingredients for the marinade together. If you find it annoying crushing up the garlic you can buy it pre-crushed from the shops. Using a sharp knife, cut chicken into six pieces so that you have the breast and lower part of the chicken as well as the 4 drumsticks and wings, (visualize the look of the chicken at Nando's). Cut off any excess fat but leave most of the skin as it will add to the flavor. Make several small incisions into the chicken to later help it absorb the marinade. Soak the chicken well in the marinade and allow it to marinate in the fridge for at least 1 hour. Meanwhile mix the Piri Piri seasoning with the lemon juice and the oil. You can find Piri Piri seasoning easily from the shops and it saves you having to chop if 10-12 red chillies and chop up a bay leaf and such, just makes the process a lot simpler. Also add a pinch of salt. Preheat the grill and insert the chicken. Bask the chicken frequently with any excess marinade.Turn the chicken frequently and make sure it doesn't burn. Cook for approximately 30 minutes. Remove the chicken from the grill/BBQ and allow it to cool before lathering it in the Piri Piri sauce. Serve with potatoes and what ever else you desire. Charcoal grill or BBQ preferred but gas grill works almost as well.

Brasilian Chicken in Piri Piri Sauce


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Serves 6

1 roasting
chicken

Marinade
8
garlic cloves, crushed
1
pinch salt
juice of 2 lemons
1 teaspoon
bay leaf powder
2 teaspoons
paprika
2 tablespoons softened
butter
pinch salt

Piri Piri
sauce
4 tablespoons ground piri-piri pepper
100 ml
olive oil
juice of 1/2
lemon

Mix all ingredients for the
marinade together. If you find it annoying crushing up the garlic you can buy it pre-crushed from the shops.

Using a
sharp knife, cut chicken into six pieces so that you have the breast and lower part of the chicken as well as the 4 drumsticks and wings, (visualize the look of the chicken at Nando's). Cut off any excess fat but leave most of the skin as it will add to the flavor. Make several small incisions into the chicken to later help it absorb the marinade. Soak the chicken well in the marinade and allow it to marinate in the fridge for at least 1 hour.

Meanwhile mix the Piri Piri
seasoning with the lemon juice and the oil. You can find Piri Piri seasoning easily from the shops and it saves you having to chop if 10-12 red chillies and chop up a bay leaf and such, just makes the process a lot simpler. Also add a pinch of salt.

Preheat the
grill and insert the chicken. Bask the chicken frequently with any excess marinade.Turn the chicken frequently and make sure it doesn't burn. Cook for approximately 30 minutes.

Remove the
chicken from the grill/BBQ and allow it to cool before lathering it in the Piri Piri sauce. Serve with potatoes and what ever else you desire. Charcoal grill or BBQ preferred but gas grill works almost as well.


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