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Peri Peri Chicken (like Nandos) #JulyMonthOfGrilling | CaribbeanPot.com

Peri Peri Chicken (like Nandos) #JulyMonthOfGrilling | CaribbeanPot.com

Peri Peri Chicken (like Nandos) #JulyMonthOfGrilling | CaribbeanPot.com



20 thoughts on “Peri Peri Chicken (like Nandos) #JulyMonthOfGrilling | CaribbeanPot.com

  1. MO GAINS

    Bro this was beautifully done. Grill peppers beer??? My mother will go crazy when I do this style of chicken for her. You keep up the great content I'm loving every one of your uploads. πŸ‘πŸ½πŸ‘ŠπŸ½πŸ‘ŠπŸ½πŸ‡ΉπŸ‡Ή

  2. Mieke Dagboek

    Your neighbours must really hate you! LOL. The smells coming from your house must kill them while they have their boring meals! πŸ˜‰

  3. Consuelo Blackwell

    I'll be sure to give it a try next time the grill is going. What's the longest I can marinate the chicken in the fridge, Chris? Is 48 hours too long?

  4. Talimama Hardy

    I swear you are the bomb dot com. I can't wait for you to come to America. I have been watching you now for over a year and I do try your recipes from time to time but sometimes it's hard to get in my area and it is expensive. Got any tour dates planned? I especially love the tours of The Grove at your parents place. I love the old fashioned!

  5. Mei Shxt

    That looks amazing. I will be making this soon! I would really like to see you eat your food though Chris πŸ˜€

  6. Seema Salima

    Oh gosh. This made me hungry. 🀀🀀🀀. Your food is drool worthy indeed. Do you have a link for the actual recipe? I don't always understand some of the ingredients, like the kind of pepper you spoke of.

  7. Cindys Kitchen

    Love when the whole chicken is cut like this!!It is beautifully seasoned!Keep up the amazing recipes caribbeanpot!Make sure to drop some love on my cooking channel <3

  8. Staci Mathura

    Can you show a version of the Nandos chicken livers recipe? One of my favorite things at that place! Thanks

  9. UJB123

    Well done once again. Hot hot chicken.

    Those little green peppers originally from Brazil/South America taken to African countries (along with yucca/manioc) where the people named them simply put; "hot" … "piri". So, they are known as piri piris.

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