Roasts & Signature Dishes

Piri Piri Chicken

In 1498 when the Portuguese explores sailed up to the east coast of Africa on their way to India, they discovered many wonderful things, the most wonderful thing they found was a small very unique strong tasting chili which the local people (who spoke Swahili) called Peri-Peri (some call it Piri-Piri or even Pili-Pili) they used Peri-Peri as Medicine and also to enhance the flavor of their food.

Portuguese ancestors realized how good Peri-Peri was because it tasted so delicious and so they loaded their ships with Peri-Peri to introduce it to the rest of the world. Today you get Peri-Peri anywhere. Peri-Peri is rich in vitamin A and C but much important is that it gives new life to your food.

The person who has once acquired a taste in Peri-Peri becomes an addict. This chili may be small but packs some serious heat, not to mention flavor, considered one of the spiciest chilies around, measuring in and around 170,000 scoville units.

Peri-Peri chili is the secret to creating those tantalizing sauces that add those finishing touches to your succulent chicken. The wonderful news is that Olio’s made you Piri-Piri Chicken enjoyable by not burning your tongue but still enjoying the original and traditional taste of Piri-piri Chicken.

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