Peppered Chicken/Piri Piri Chicken By Miss N

Chicken piri piri ready for serving
This chicken piri piri looks and tasted so good. The sauce is yummy. I can serve this sauce with white rice. Tastes good and hot, good especially for those who don't like tomato stew.
Remember Miss N? She shared your most favourable Broccoli Salad recipe, enjoy it with this
peppered chicken.

Ingredients for peppered chicken:
4 red peppers/ atarodo(pardon my spelling)
2 medium tomatoes
8 pieces of  raw soft chicken(depending on the quantity of marinade).
2 medium red onions
3 tablespoons of oil(sunflower,vegetable,groundnut)
Seasoning (Ginger,Garlic,Know cubes,Salt)

Instructions:
a) Blend 1 tomato,1 onion and 4 peppers and set aside.
b) Get a bowl pour in 3 tablespoons of oil, then put in the blended ingredients.
c) Put Seasoning and mix well. Taste to see if more seasoning is needed (Don't be scared of pepper it is not that hot lol)
d)Pour in Chicken into mixture(now a marinade) and mix well.
e) Cut the remaining 1 tomato and 1 onion in big chunks and then pour into bowl of marinated chicken and mix.
f) Cover bowl and keep for at least 2hour to allow chicken absorb the taste of the marinade.
g) After 2- 3 hours, preheat oven 150 C degrees.
h)Put marinade chicken into baking pan and put the marinade on each chicken piece before putting into the oven to bake.
i)Allow to bake properly for about 20mins before serving and eating.

Note: Chicken could be
grilled (if you want it a little bit drier than the baked version). Also, this could be done with hard chicken but it would take about an hour or so to cook properly. Finally, it could be served with any meal especially broccoli salad
My friends loved it.
Cheers!
Blend 1 tomato, onion and 4 peppers and set aside. 
The ingredients for  my peppered chicken
Get a bowl, pour in 3 tablespoons of oil, then put in the blended ingredients
 Get a bowl pour in 3 tablespoons of oil, then put in the blended ingredients
 Get a bowl pour in 3 tablespoons of oil, then put in the blended ingredients
Put Seasoning and mix well. Taste to see if more seasoning is needed (Don't be scared of pepper it is not that hot, lol) 
 Put Seasoning and mix well. Taste to see if more seasoning is needed (Don't be scared of pepper it is not that hot, lol)
 Put Seasoning and mix well.Taste to see if more seasoning is needed (Don't be scared of pepper it is not that hot, lool)
 Pour in Chicken into mixture (now a marinade) and mix well.
Pour in Chicken into mixture (now a marinade) and mix well. 
Cut the remaining 1 tomato and 1 onion in big chunks and then pour into bowl of marinated chicken and mix. 
Cut the remaining 1 tomato and 1 onion in big chunks and then pour into bowl of marinated chicken and mix.
Cover bowl and keep for at least 2hour to allow chicken absorb the taste of the marinade.
g) After 2- 3 hours, preheat oven 150 C degrees.
h) Put marinade chicken in baking pan and put the marinade on each chicken piece before putting into the oven to bake. 
Cover bowl and keep for at least 2hour to allow chicken absorb the taste of the marinade.
g) After 2- 3 hours, preheat oven 150 C degrees.
h)Put marinade chicken in baking pan and put the marinade on each chicken piece before putting into the oven to bake. 
Allow to bake properly for about 20mins before serving and eating. 
 A serving of rice with broccoli salad and chicken Piri Piri
Enjoy!

Comments

  1. I like! Thank you Miss N. You did a great job with the step by step description. Definitely trying this out!

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    1. Anonymous6/16/2013

      You are welccome

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  2. Anonymous6/16/2013

    Ok will give it a try 2nite.
    A.

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  3. nom nom nom....defo gonna try this out.....Good job Miss N

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  4. Anonymous6/16/2013

    So its basicly chicken dipped in un-cooked stew and grilled in the oven. Got it.
    And Eya please who are the ppl that don't like tomato stew? Iv neva come across such people in my life.

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    1. Get over yourself, humility pays. I for one do not like tomato stew.
      Thank you Miss N, I love this!!!

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    2. Anonymous6/16/2013

      Hi, it is not stew.the original recipe is just blended peppers and 1 onion.but because of how hot it could be,i added just 1 small tomatoe to it.

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  5. Yummy yummy yum yum,imma prepare this soon.

    ~BONARIO~says so via NOKIA3310

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    1. Anonymous7/05/2014

      Bona wetin do your lumia now? Lol

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  6. Anonymous6/16/2013

    Nice one there. I always like my chicken well spices

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  7. Anonymous6/16/2013

    The plate does'nt look appertizing. Learn to garnish ur food.

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    1. Anonymous6/16/2013

      Thanks.i did not intend to beautify/garnish my food.just wanted to show d combo.please garnish urs.thnks.

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    2. MissDee6/16/2013

      Oyibo Anon8:43, garnish yours and send pics let's see. Stop forming cos you never even see inside of plane before not to talk of go oyibo land go see the meaning of garnsh.
      Do you see Aunty Eya garnishing? NO. She wants us to see it like it is and not adding strawbwerry to egusi soup. FYI, this is the realest bog i know, just like a reality show. No forming here o. Carry your forming to another blog.
      BYE

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    3. TOSIN Bonario6/16/2013

      Jealousy. because you can't cook, must you discourage others? Are you eating the plate? Show us your own plate. Jealous learner, no learn wetin u come learn quietly go cook for your house. See others trying to outdo themselves with recipes, your own is to copy without sharing any with us. Me I no sabi cook. I'm still learning. Once I graduate from WC kitchen eh. you will see my recipes flooding this whole blog. Mcheeew to a jealous hater.

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    4. Anonymous7/18/2013

      @MissDee thank you for replying Oyibo Anon8:43. In Africa/Nigeria, how many families do you see garnish their food? We no be oyibo and we don't want to be! We just want to be real to ourselves on WC i.e cooking the Naija way!
      @poster, thank you so much. I am definitely making this this weekend.

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  8. I like the chicken peri peri, and the rice much. Would check it out. The salad is errrm, wait am coming first.

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  9. Anonymous6/16/2013

    Oh dat fat-on- a- plate-salad. Ill eat d rice and chicken but dat salad na another matter. The quantity of mayo is just unbelieveable.

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    1. Let's see your recipe or you cannot cook? Send pics to Aunty Eya, we are waiting.
      Miss N, you are a wonderful cook. I love your recipes.

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    2. Anonymous6/16/2013

      @ Jayne thanks alot.@ anonymous i remember saying pls pardon my use of mayonnaise n white sugar.u cud use light mayonnaise n brown sugar/honey.its all ur choice.

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  10. jeanette6/16/2013

    Mwah! lovely recipe keep them coming Miss N. You don't know how you guys are helping learners like me and that Anon 9:02PM.
    Keep em coming...

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  11. mrs Sykes6/16/2013

    Nice one miss N,for those criticizing the plate,please help buy plates from Ikea or anywhere you please and share for all of us since na plate you come look for here. Love this and I will surely try it out but without tomatoes because I love pepper especially the 'bini' pepper,always very hot and has a particular aroma. Condensed peak milk(I mean the thick peak milk) can be mixed with little mayonaise and used to mix salad too.I'm glad to be part of the WC family.

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    1. Anonymous6/17/2013

      I didn't read anywr wen anyone criticized d plate. D person said garnish. Reading is quite essential dear.

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    2. TOSIN Bonario6/17/2013

      FYI. Read this comment before you write:

      AnonymousJune 16, 2013 at 8:43 PM
      The plate does'nt look appertizing. Learn to garnish ur food.

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  12. Yum yum. @anon 7:27, I dnt lyk stew. Its one of d last ways I tink of eatin rice. So knw dt ur meat is ma poison.

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  13. Anonymous6/17/2013

    Pls is that a foil spread on the oven tray? Thanks for a job welldone!

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  14. Anonymous6/17/2013

    Love it o!!!!! And ma hubby just bought me a complete gas o!!!! Saying goodbye to table gas. No one shld insult me o!!!(Cover face) its a testimony and aunt Eya said we are free to share testimonies. I can now do all this baking thing everyone has been intimidating me with. Lol.
    Vicky

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    1. Anonymous7/18/2013

      Congrats dear. No need to be shy. Some people who have the complete gas don't even use it. I know of a friend who told me that she's afraid of using oven even when I offered to teach her. Welcome to the club of grillin/roasting/baking!

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    2. Am new here nd dats my case too...I have one nd hav neva used it.my hubby keeps insulting me to use it!!....I rily wan to learn

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  15. Nice chicken piri piri! Always lazy when it comes to using my oven, I guess I will try and use it soon. Nice one Miss P.

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    1. Lol@Lazy to use your oven. Please give it a try. I personally find it less stressful to use the oven rather than frying with oils, for chicken or turkey. Maybe I don't just like the oils' heat. Lol. But you'll like the oven thing sha. Just give it a shot.

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  16. Anonymous6/17/2013

    tnx a lot.all ds recipes r really helpin my restaurant.........

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    1. To truly show appreciation,share some of your recipes with us. send pics to aunty eya

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  17. gloexcel6/17/2013

    Yummmmmmmmmmmmy! I luv this.

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  18. Miss N, GBU so much! As per tasting the pepper puree, it was as if you had a foresight of what I was thinking with your comment in bracket.

    Now I can make pepper fish, pepper snail, pepper turkey and even pepper crab!

    Please let's drop the presentation talk, we aren't in a cooking class. Trying doing that alongside garnishing with an hungry man waiting for his food.

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  19. Anonymous6/18/2013

    Nice one miss p u keep it real

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  20. Anonymous6/21/2013

    Pls how do achieve this without an oven. Can I use microwave

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  21. Anonymous7/18/2013

    This may sound stupid but just to ask if the foil paper will not burn in the over?

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  22. Am a student n I do nt own an oven. Pls hw else can I achieve dis without one

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  23. All these appetite-stimulating foods I'm seeing on this blog,there is God o.

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  24. Yummy! Thanks for the tips.
    www.funmykemmy.com

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  25. Mama Toju7/08/2014

    For pure n original palm kernal oil for your baby skin n hair treatment, Contact me on BBM. 795E0460. Mama Toju.

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  26. Anonymous7/08/2014

    aunty eya please can u do a post on to make chicken kebabu will appreciate it

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  27. Praise7/18/2014

    I love this.Thanks Miss N. God bless you.

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