Dating mozambique co br
You can get fine piri piris in a number of countries, and in Portugal (once Mozambique’s colonial occupier), but Mozambique is a place that calls Peri Peri Chicken its informal national dish, and grows the key chili peppers, so it is safe to say that this is the place to go for it.
I found a recipe for Mozambican Peri Peri sauce that brings together white vinegar, fresh lemon and lime juice, olive oil and chopped garlic, with chopped African bird’s eye chilies (more for a sassier sauce, less for milder).Soon the tang of vinegar, the citrus notes of lemon and lime, the unction of garlic, and the tickle of the African bird’s eye chili (colloquially known as is Swahili for “pepper pepper,” and is the Portuguese Romanization of the term for these peppers that are indigenous to a number of African countries, including Mozambique.In practice, very spicy sauces based on chili peppers can all be referred to as piri piri sauce (spell it any way you like), but the real deal is made from African bird’s eye chilies.Every chili plant in the world descends from cultivars from South America, and was therefore imported after the Spanish and Portuguese colonization.Portuguese conquistadors brought chili plants back from South American colonies and they were planted in African colonies (as well as in Asia), where they have thrived for centuries.Then you have a bottle of the sauce on the table, for good measure.
You see, this is a sauce that you really can’t overdose on.
It is simply a superior way to cook and present the traditional, not very exciting poultry.
But I had no idea what the Slovene word for “spatchcock” was, so I was obliged to do a sort of interpretative dance to demonstrate what I meant.
The little old ladies in line behind me at the butcher thought this was hilarious.
So note to self: look up key vocabulary before asking your butcher in a foreign language for an exotic preparation.
I made the mistake of answering the call of the wild without washing sufficiently prior, and was in a world of pain.