Peri-peri sauce – Piquant addition to spice up mealtimes

Add some heat and fireworks to your next dish with this peri-peri sauce.

Peri-peri sauce – Piquant addition to spice up mealtimes

Spice up mealtimes with this piquant peri-peri sauce. For all the lovers of hot and fiery food, this sauce will be a winner.

If you have been enjoying hot dishes for a while, you will know that adding some heat to your food increases the enjoyment level of your meal. This recipe includes 10 ml peri-peri powder but nothing stops you from increasing this quantity if your tolerance level for hot food is really high. Likewise, if you only like a slight hot sensation with your food, you can half the quantity of peri-peri powder.

Preparing this peri-peri sauce is super easy. Within less than 15 minutes you can whip together this easy hot sauce. Simply mix all the ingredients together (except the last two on the ingredients on the ingredients list). Then, bring to a slow boil and thicken with flour. Lastly, add the last two ingredients, being white wine and cornstarch and get ready for some fireworks!

Peri-peri sauce recipe

5 from 1 vote
Recipe by Irene Muller Course: SidesCuisine: GlobalDifficulty: Easy
Prep time

5

minutes
Cooking time

10

minutes
Total time

15

minutes

Ingredients

  • 25 ml oil

  • 10 ml Worcestershire sauce

  • 25 ml tomato sauce

  • 7 ml salt

  • 5 ml paprika

  • 5 ml mustard

  • 10 ml peri-peri powder

  • 140 ml white wine

  • 1 tablespoon cornstarch

Method

  • Mix all the ingredients except the last two.
  • Bring slowly to a boil and thicken with flour, then mix with wine and cornstarch.
  • Taste, and add seasoning if necessary. Serve warm.

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Nienaber reflected on the 22-17 defeat by his team at Cape Town Stadium and said the visitors’ second half effort was telling.

“The kicking game was won by us in the first half and we got the rewards, but the second half was a different story,” said Nienaber.

“They won that battle and it gave them territory, advantage in broken field play and we had to scramble, and could not cope.”

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“Our half-time talk was to step up at the breakdown and then our discipline fell away. We started to make mistakes, especially at maul time. We did not make the step-up needed when required.

“We can certainly salvage this. A proper review is needed, but we can sort it out, no doubt. It worked in the first half, and I believe what happened in the second half is fixable.”

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“I completely trust the officials, that is their jobs, they are the professionals in that field,” he said.

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“We did not play a lot of rugby together, but we still had good cohesion in the first half. What happened in the second half was not because of COVID, we lost the battle in the air.

“They kicked a lot and we planned for it. It worked in the first half and in the second half it did not. Our execution was not as good.”

Springbok captain Siya Kolisi lamented the lack of execution and agreed with Nienaber that the effects of COVID had no bearing on the result.

“We did not get the maul going, and we need to look at that,” said Siya Kolisi.

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