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  • Just picking the most recent from my RSS feed, his look at the British soccer team's tour pantry -- which includes peri-peri sauce, Tabasco, wasabi paste, and sweet chili sauce -- brings this smart paragraph:

    Knives out

  • It is here that we stop for lunch, passing over burgers and biltong (South African jerky) for peri-peri chicken, peri-peri spinach and peri-peri fries.

    On the road to Durban for World Cup semifinal

  • The fish is grilled only with a touch of fish spice, and served with sauces including peri-peri and sweet chili apricot on a bed of fries and Asian style stir-fried vegetables.

    What to Serve With the World Cup

  • And, peri-peri, a piquant red chili, is also common as a side sauce or flavor addition.

    What to Serve With the World Cup

  • I imagined American Hot pizza and caesar salad, and extra hot chicken from Nando's with peri-peri chips on the side.

    The Appesat Diaries

  • We all went for a gorgeous meal of the local speciality frango peri-peri together.

    tequilamonky Diary Entry

  • The strong taste of the peri-peri, one of the hottest chillis grown, is expected to discourage the animals from eating the crops and make them leave the area, and residents will also be able to sell the crops on the market.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • Fiery peri-peri would be among the crops planted to ward off attacks by wild animals on residents of Mozambique's northern province of Cabo

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • And in answer to Neil's question, no - the flavour in the Nando's sauces is peri-peri : But both are indeed proudly South African products.

    Kalyn's Kitchen Picks: Meza Peppadew Feta Dip

  • I wonder if the bottle of peri-peri sauce I just bought from Nandos made in Sth Africa has any in it?

    Kalyn's Kitchen Picks: Meza Peppadew Feta Dip


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