Peri Peri chicken
NEW Milder recipe
Peri Peri marinated chicken breast served with fresh Peri Peri salsa, salt & pepper homestyle potatoes & sweetcorn slaw
Oven or Broiler
4 days life from delivery
Mediterranean, Gluten free, Soy free, High in protein, High in fibre
Chicken & Peri Peri salsa suitable for home freezing
The potatoes: Oven for best results
1. Preheat oven to 350° F, transfer potatoes to a flat baking tray, cook for 8-10 minutes until crisp
2. How to cook the chicken
Oven: Open bag of marinated chicken & transfer to baking tray, cook alongside the potatoes for 10 minutes or until cooked.
Broiler: Preheat broiler to maximum, open bag of marinated chicken, transfer to baking tray & cook for 3 -4 minutes on each side or until chicken is fully cooked
Alternatively, you could cook the chicken on the stovetop in a pan with oil
3. The coleslaw: Mix with chive mayonnaise, sweetcorn, and slaw together
4. Serve the chicken on a bed of potatoes with the coleslaw & fresh peri peri salsa
Potatoes, Chicken breast (All natural hormone free from South Eastern United States), Mayonnaise reduced fat, Yogurt, Sweetcorn, White cabbage, Red cabbage,Roasted red peppers,Carrot,Sunflower oil, Red Chili,Red pepper, Garlic, Lemon zest, Olive oil, Extra virgin olive oil, Tomato, Scallions, Red onion, Chives, Smoked paprika, Oregano, Salt, Sugar, Lemon juice, Red wine vinegar, Cayenne pepper, Black pepper,Onion powder, Garlic powder.
Allergens: Egg, Milk
Calories 720g , Fat 36g, Saturated fat 6g, Carbohydrates 56g, Protein 43g, Fibre 9g, Sodium 870mg
The concept is great, but didn’t like the combination of flavors. Something is off. Overall it was too spicy and not interesting for me.
The dish is very spicy but the problem is not the spice level so much as the lack of an otherwise robust flavor profile. Very one note. For eg. Harissa chicken is spicy but very flavorful. Most disappointing dish so far.
Hot and tasty. Added some yogurt on the side to tone down the heat
Unfortunately the heat level was too high for my dinner partner. I would order this again in a heartbeat, but I don’t want to dine alone.
Wanted to love this, but the burn from the spice overwhelmed a lot of the flavor for me. Had to have a scoop of Greek yogurt on the side to cool out down. I would suggest a note on the recipe that lets people know just how spicy recipes are. I know peri-peri is spicy, but it’s hard to gauge from a delivery service what *your* definition of spicy would be….but if you’re really into spice, this is the dish for you! :D