Piri-Piri

Written by Asiri Punchihewa on September 17, 2014 and posted in 2014 and Gold Winner Recipes and Macau and Macau - 2014 and Pairing and Recipes and Savoury and winners recipe.

Recipe by Bruno Santos and Olivier Foucke of Westin Macau – Gold Winner Dilmah RHT Challenge Macau 2014 

Makes 5 Portions

Piri-piri sauce:
½ red onion
2 cloves garlic
2 bird eye chilies
1 tbsp sweet smoked paprika
1 lemon
2 tbsp white wine vinegar
1tbsp Worchester sauce
4 bay leaves dried
1 tsp salt

Bean curd roll:
500 g yellow chicken (Skin and bone removed)
40 G Piri- piri sauce
2 pcs spring onion
1 tomato
5 sheet bean curd skin

Matata peanut sauce:
50 g fresh peeled peanut
40 cl coconut milk
1 green chili
5 g turmeric powder
1 bay leaves
Salt
Fresh black pepper crush

Method:
Piri-piri sauce:
Remove seeds from the chilies.
Squeeze the juice of the lemon.
Add all ingredients in the blender until you get a fine paste.

Bean curd roll:
Julienne the chicken. Marinate with piri-piri sauce overnight.
Remove seeds from the tomato and dice.
Sauté the chicken strips over high fire.
Add the tomato and spring onion to mixture.
Place 80g of the chicken on the bean curd skin and wrap like spring roll.

Matata peanut sauce:
Soak the peanut in water overnight.
Add the coconut milk and blend till a smooth paste.
On a low heat add the spices to the peanut milk and reduce by half.
Fine strain and keep to use.

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