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Grilled Chicken with Piri Piri Sauce


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  • 1.

    Slice the breast of chicken thinly and bat out a little if required.

  • 2.

    Season with salt pepper, lemon zest and juice and the thyme leaves.

  • 3.

    Chop the chilis finely add the garlic powder, oregano leaves, a pinch of salt and pepper. Mix in the smoked paprika and stir in the olive oil.

  • 4.

    Grill the chicken quickly and brush with the marinade.

  • 5.

    Serve with the avocado and tomatoes drizzle with olive oil.

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Posted by KeftReport
I wanted to try this recipe tonight, however the ingredients are missing, does anyone know the quantities?
Posted by LifeStyle FOODReport
So sorry about this, the ingredients are listed now ... enjoy!!
Posted by SW31Report
I cooked a fish version of this for my dad. He just raved and raved. I was going to use chicken, but my brother was going to the Fish Markets, and I couldn't resist the temptation of fresh, fresh fish, so he bought me some beautiful Flathead fillets. I also baked some halved kipfler potatoes in olive oil, thyme, salt and pepper (lightly cooked in microwave beforehand) Really posh fish and chips on a Friday night. Yum. Thanks for this recipe Gary. I'm a total fan of you and your show. (PS love Janella too)
Posted by Fiona506Report
Cooked for tonights dinner, absolutely loved it! My changes with the sauce, 6 chilli's including the seeds roughly chopped then I added all the ingredients for sauce to blender and added enough oil to make right consistency, pulsed for short while not puree.
Posted by CooketteReport
I wish there was a "search" facility within this site so I did not have to scroll through all the recipes when I am looking for just one specific ingredient. Great show, though!