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Piri Piri

¡Reformulamos la receta del Piri-piri y te invitamos a vivir un nuevo viaje sensorial!


INGREDIENTES

  • Chicken marinated
  • Guacamole
  • Emmental cheese
  • Cooked onion
  • Fresh tomatoe
  • Piri Piri sauce
  • Homemade round bun

As a result of your suggestions and our own concerns, we have reformulated the Piri-piri offer. It now consists in chicken marinated in piri-piri sauce, Emmental cheese, fresh tomato, cooked onion and guacamole, ingredients that we serve in our homemade round bun. They combine to make a dish that’s so tasty and hearty you can even savour it as a main course.

The tenderness of the marinated chicken combines perfectly with the Emmental cheese, tomato and cooked onion, while the guacamole brings a juicy, fresh touch and the piri-piri adds a hint of hot spiciness that fills your whole mouth.

A new recipe with marinated chicken and guacamole.

The unique flavour of the chicken is achieved with a mixture of spices designed to season the meat and achieve the characteristic flavour of this intense and highly aromatic marinade.

The final result is a dish that strands out for its spicy, seasoned taste and perfect textures. You have to try it!

Piri-piri

Piri-piri is an essential condiment in any Portuguese home, having arrived in that country by way of its African colonies. It’s made from a mixture of sweet red pepper, coriander, chili peppers and other spices. The result is a creamy sauce with a slight hint of hot spice, revealing the influence of the new ingredients brought back from the colonies to form an essential part of Portugal’s gastronomy. In fact, the name comes directly from the Swahili piri-piri, which means “pepper-pepper”.

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WIKIMEDIA

Exploradores portugueses

The culture, cuisine and customs of Portugal would not be the same without all that the country’s explorers contributed through their maritime expeditions. The Portuguese began navigating the world’s oceans in the 14th century. But it would not be until the 15th and 16th centuries that they would initiate what came to be known as the Portuguese discoveries, a series of voyages and explorations undertaken between 1418 and 1543.