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# Mix together all the ingredients in a small bowl. The spices will not dissolve but will be suspended in the [[oil]]. When using, keep Peri Peri well mixed. If you apply the Peri Peri to [[Chicken]], [[Pork]] or [[Shrimp]] do so sparingly. It is HOT. If you prefer, pass the Peri Peri after the food has been prepared in the regular way. Use a very small spoon.
 
# Mix together all the ingredients in a small bowl. The spices will not dissolve but will be suspended in the [[oil]]. When using, keep Peri Peri well mixed. If you apply the Peri Peri to [[Chicken]], [[Pork]] or [[Shrimp]] do so sparingly. It is HOT. If you prefer, pass the Peri Peri after the food has been prepared in the regular way. Use a very small spoon.
  
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Revision as of 08:19, 6 April 2012


Description

This sauce can be used when you are baking, broiling, or charcoal Grilling. Use with Pork, Chicken or Shrimp.

Ingredients


Directions

  1. Mix together all the ingredients in a small bowl. The spices will not dissolve but will be suspended in the oil. When using, keep Peri Peri well mixed. If you apply the Peri Peri to Chicken, Pork or Shrimp do so sparingly. It is HOT. If you prefer, pass the Peri Peri after the food has been prepared in the regular way. Use a very small spoon.