|One marinaded spatch-cock piri piri chicken|
Part of that getting to know, is all about trying the food. When I'm touring in Normandy, its the Camembert and Calvados, when in Belgium its the Moules et Frites and when in Portugal its got to be Piri Piri Chicken, and I don't mean that stuff they serve in Nandos, I mean proper Piri Piri Chicken.
|sealed on the griddle|
|Then finished off in the oven|
|On the BBQ for that outdoor flavour finish|
If you want to have a go at Piri Piri Chicken, check out Sara's post in the link above and have a read of her blog that covers some really interesting historical facts and information about the history of the Peninsular War from a Portuguese perspective.