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BBQ Peri-Peri Chicken Recipe

on Monday, 26 March 2012. Posted in Recipes

Ingredients

6 Chicken Breasts 

300 ml Pot of Creme Fraiche

1/3 Bottle Nando’s Peri-Peri Marinade

A little Olive Oil


Preparation

  1. Mix the Peri-Peri Marinade sauce with the Creme Fraiche in a glass bowl.
  2. Cut the chicken breasts lengthways into two or three fillets dependent on the size of the breast.
  3. Place the chicken breast fillets into the glass bowl and mix thoroughly with the spicy creme fraiche marinade and cover with a lid.
  4. Leave to stand at room temperature for 30 minutes or 60 minutes in the fridge.

Cooking

  1. Wait for the BBQ to reach cooking temperature (this will be about 20 minutes after lighting if using the EcoGrill).
  2. Lightly brush Olive Oil across the grill topper to reduce sticking.
  3. Place the marinaded chicken breast fillets onto the hot BBQ and turn regularly for 20 to 30 minutes.  The fillets should be a little charred on the outside but check they are cooked thoroughly through to their centre.
  4. Use any spare marinade to re-coat the chicken breasts fillets as they cook - this keeps them moist.
  5. Lift off, drizzle with olive oil and keep warm or eat immediately.
  6. Tastes great with Couscous & Barbecued Vegetables (see our Recipe Blog).

Variations

Works well with Chicken Drumsticks (prick the skin with a fork to make sure the marinade penetrates) or Salmon Fillets - use a perforated non-stick grill topper rather than a wire mesh when cooking fish.

Use the Nando’s Extra Hot or Extra Extra Hot if feeling brave.

Full-fat Creme Fraiche doesn’t separate (curdle) which is why it is preferred but half-fat is fine it just doesn’t look quite as good.

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