Piri Piri Peppers (Extra Hot) 70 g 24K

SKU: 183551 | 24K

Hot, hot, hot! Piri Piri chilies, like all small chilies, are extremely hot. Portuguese Piri Piri Sauce is made with these chilies, garlic, thyme, lemon juice and olive oil and is used as a marinade for a flavourful chicken stew.

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    Nutrition Facts
    Serving Size (g/mL)
    Serving Size Consumer Friendly 5g
    Amount % Daily Value*
    Calories 16
    Fat Total 0g
    Fat Total Daily Percentage 0%
    Cholesterol 0mg
    Cholesterol Daily Value Percent 0%
    Sodium 10mg
    Sodium Daily Percentage 0%
    Carbohydrate 3g
    Carbohydrate Daily Value Percent 1%
    Dietary Fibre 1g
    Dietary Fibre Daily Value Percent 5%
    Sugar 0g
    Protein 1g
    Calcium 1%
    Iron 4%

    Ingredients

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    • TASTE THE HEAT – Piri Piri Peppers are a must have for any heat and spice enthusiasts. They are truly hot pepper coming in at 300,000 on the scoville scale. Piri piri balances out many dishes and leaves the perfect amount of heat after each bite of a dish it’s included in.
    • PIRI PIRI MARINADE – These extra hot peppers make a phenomenal marinade for chicken. To make the marinade, mix together piri piri, onion, garlic, salt, black pepper, lemon zest and juice, bay leaf, basil, oregano, paprika, tarragon, and pimento. Rub or soak your chicken for at least an hour in the marinade and enjoy your new favourite chicken dish!
    • UNLIMITED OPTIONS – Piri piri peppers have the perfect flavour profile to pair with countless ingredients. Pair with poultry, pork, fish, feta, shellfish, whole grains, avocado, cauliflower, honey, wines, soups, and more!
    • A CHILLI WITH MANY NAMES AND USES – Piri Piri is also known as birds eye chilli, african devil, or african red devils. They’re commonly used in soups, sauces, and chicken dishes, but are also often used as pepper extract or as an organic form of pest control.
    • PORTUGUESE CUISINE – Piri piri peppers are a Portuguese staple. You’ll often find piri piri hot sauce on every table, and it’s simple to make your own following these steps: Coarsely chop 4-8 peppers, mince 2 cloves of garlic, juice 1 lemon, and combine with a pinch of salt and ½ cup of olive oil. Mix well and enjoy.


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