Peri Peri Masala


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5E-WEQN-ICFA

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Regular price £9.18
What's Inside? Peri-peri, also known as piri-piri or the African Bird's Eye Chili, is a hot pepper that is a close relative of the tabasco pepper. Peri peri is best known as a chile based sauce mostly used as a seasoning or marinade for meat, especially chicken. It is made from crushed chilies, citrus peel, onion, garlic, salt and...

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What's Inside?
  • Peri-peri, also known as piri-piri or the African Bird's Eye Chili, is a hot pepper that is a close relative of the tabasco pepper.
  • Peri peri is best known as a chile based sauce mostly used as a seasoning or marinade for meat, especially chicken.
  • It is made from crushed chilies, citrus peel, onion, garlic, salt and pepper, lemon juice, bay leaves, basil, oregano, paprika, pimiento, and tarragon.

Benefits?

  • Consuming chillies improve blood flow, metabolism and stimulate the appetite.
  • Peri-Peri is rich in vitamins and minerals and holds metabolism enhancing and curative properties.
  • The green variety is packed with Vitamin C.

Uses?

  • Mix Peri Peri Masala with a little lemon juice and oil and use to marinate for chicken, prawns, steak or pork.
  • Also delicious when sprinkled over pizzas or salmon before cooking. 2 tsp = 2 servings.
What's Inside?
  • Peri-peri, also known as piri-piri or the African Bird's Eye Chili, is a hot pepper that is a close relative of the tabasco pepper.
  • Peri peri is best known as a chile based sauce mostly used as a seasoning or marinade for meat, especially chicken.
  • It is made from crushed chilies, citrus peel, onion, garlic, salt and pepper, lemon juice, bay leaves, basil, oregano, paprika, pimiento, and tarragon.

Benefits?

  • Consuming chillies improve blood flow, metabolism and stimulate the appetite.
  • Peri-Peri is rich in vitamins and minerals and holds metabolism enhancing and curative properties.
  • The green variety is packed with Vitamin C.

Uses?

  • Mix Peri Peri Masala with a little lemon juice and oil and use to marinate for chicken, prawns, steak or pork.
  • Also delicious when sprinkled over pizzas or salmon before cooking. 2 tsp = 2 servings.
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