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  • We sampled dozens of tins, with sardines pulled from both the Pacific and Atlantic oceans and preserved in everything from Scandinavian dill-flecked mustard to fiery Portuguese piri-piri sauce.

    Tin Tin!

  • No sooner had I washed down my delicioso piri-piri chicken lunch with a pint of Sagres, it was time for the big match against North Korea to kick off on a big-screen TV with RTP coverage and commentary beamed in via satellite.

    World Cup London: tasty Portugal

  • I added your lemon and piri-piri kebabs as a link, thought they looked good!

    Lemon and Piri-Piri Kebabs

  • Tabasco is fine, but try to find a sauce made with piri-piri, small Angolan peppers which are the hot stuff of choice in Portugal.

    Potatoes (and Potato and Greens Soup) in Portugal

  • On this basis, five of us should have ordered at least 12 of the restaurant menu offerings, which range in price from £9.50 (filled chickpea pancakes) to £15.50 (tiger prawns in piri-piri sauce with beancurd and corn salad).

    Evening Standard - Home

  • Mine were both brilliant: some tiger prawns in piri-piri sauce (£15.50) came with a bean-curd and corn salad.

    Telegraph.co.uk: news, business, sport, the Daily Telegraph newspaper, Sunday Telegraph

  • Ingredient info: Bottled piri-piri sauce is available at specialty foods stores and online from africantradingco. com.

    Epicurious.com: New Recipes

  • Add piri-piri sauce, 1/4 cup oil, lemon juice, coarse salt, and pepper; process marinade to blend.

    Epicurious.com: New Recipes

  • Eastern flavors from his native Ivory Coast, and insinuates a few French techniques in dishes like shrimp piri-piri and what must be the city's only escargot panino.

    NYT > Home Page

  • They cooked piri-piri chicken, a carrot, cucumber and mint salad and a simple one-minute berry ice cream.

    NEWS.com.au | Top Stories

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