Portuguese Grilled Piri Piri Chicken - Homemade Nando's Chicken! (2022)

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This easy Portuguese Grilled Piri Piri Chicken is made in the oven and is so good! Also called “Nando’s Chicken” after the restaurant that makes this dish, this chicken legs recipe will definitely have people asking for seconds – and thirds!

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  • HOMEMADE PORTUGUESE PIRI PIRI CHICKEN
  • What is Piri Piri Chicken?
  • What Does Piri Piri Chicken Taste Like?
  • Recipe Ingredients
  • How to Make Piri Piri Chicken
  • Serving Suggestions
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HOMEMADE PORTUGUESE PIRI PIRI CHICKEN

This Piri Piri Chicken recipe is an at home version of the dish you’ll find at any Nando’s location! If you aren’t familiar with Nando’s they’re an international chain of restaurants that specialize in Portuguese cuisine. Their signature dish is this Portuguese Piri Piri chicken.

In the U.S., you can find Nando’s locations in the DC metro area or Chicago. Since many of you may not live close enough to a location to pop over and try this seriously life changing chicken – I figured I’d bring it right to your kitchen with this slammin’ homemade version.

You’re welcome! 😉

What is Piri Piri Chicken?

Piri Piri chicken is a traditional Portuguese dish. It’s usually grilled and charred whole chicken pieces covered in a chili based paste or sauce. The sauce or paste uses African Bird’s Eye Chili which is grown all over northern Africa and southern Portugal.

When made in its most traditional way, Piri Piri is truly slow food. However, I love to give you a taste of different and exciting foods in a way that is modified for simplicity in your home kitchen.

What Does Piri Piri Chicken Taste Like?

Piri Piri sauce is a little spicy, a little sweet, a bit salty, and all around complex. It’s like a little explosion of flavor in your mouth. The step that makes this chicken flavor central is the char from the griddle pan. It taste like BBQ’d chicken – but better!

For my easy version, I use red Thai chilies because they are easier to find in your local market. These chilies are spicy but also have the slightest bit of sweetness which makes our Piri Piri sauce tops.

This Piri Piri chicken will, most definitely, leave you licking your fingers.

Recipe Ingredients

I’m sure you can guess, the main ingredient in this dish is chicken. What makes this chicken so good is the marinade and Piri Piri sauce.

Here’s what you’ll be needing:

  • chicken legs (thighs and drumsticks attached) skin-on, bone-in

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For the Marinade

  • lemon juice
  • garlic
  • salt

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For the Piri Piri Sauce

  • red Thai chilies
  • garlic
  • Lemon juice
  • Salt and fresh ground pepper
  • sweet or smoked paprika
  • olive oil

To Serve

  • fresh parsley
  • lemon wedges

How to Make Piri Piri Chicken

  1. Marinate: Place the chicken in a roasting pan and set it aside. In a small mixing bowl, whisk together the lemon juice and garlic. Pour the lemon mixture over the chicken and coat all around. Season the chicken with salt; cover it and let it sit on the kitchen counter for about 30 to 60 minutes.
  2. Make the Sauce: In the meantime, chop the chilies and garlic, then add them to a blender or food processor. I suggest wearing gloves when working with chilies. Add in the lemon juice, salt, and pepper. Pulse the mixture until blended. Add paprika and oil, then process until it’s smooth and completely combined.
  3. Taste for seasonings and add more chilies, or salt and pepper, if you want. You can also add a little sugar for a bit of sweetness in your sauce.
  4. Bake: Preheat the oven to 400˚F. Roast the previously prepared chicken for about 32 to 35 minutes, or until cooked through. Half way through cooking, baste the chicken with its juices.
  5. The chicken is done when the internal temperature reaches 165˚F. Use an instant read thermometer for accuracy.
  6. Brown: In the meantime, preheat a griddle pan to medium-hot. Remove the chicken from the oven and brush your prepared Piri Piri Sauce all over. Add the chicken pieces to your hot griddle pan and cook for 2 minutes, or until browned and starting to char.
  7. Flip the chicken over and continue to cook for 2 minutes, or until browned on the opposite side.
  8. Serve: Remove the chicken from the griddle pan. Garnish it with parsley and serve it with lemon wedges.

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Serving Suggestions

  • I like to serve Piri Piri chicken over a hearty grain, like farro or quinoa and topped with extra Piri Piri sauce. On the side, a cool salad or lightly steamed or grilled veggie works great.

My favorites are:

  • Tomato salad
  • A cabbage or carrot slaw
  • Steamed broccoli
  • Grilled corn on the cob

How to Store and Reheat Leftovers

  • This chicken dish can be stored in an airtight container in your refrigerator for about 3 days. To reheat your Piri Piri Chicken, I recommend bringing it to heat in a low oven. This may dry it out a bit – so I suggest topping it with more Piri Piri sauce.

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  • Grilled Lemon Chicken
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ENJOY!

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Piri Piri Chicken (Nando's Chicken)

Katerina | Diethood

This easy Portuguese Grilled Piri Piri Chicken is made in the oven and is so good! Also called "Nando's Chicken" after the restaurant that makes this dish, this chicken legs recipe will definitely have people asking for seconds - and thirds!

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Prep Time 15 mins

Cook Time 35 mins

Marinating Time 30 mins

Total Time 1 hr 20 mins

Ingredients

  • 4 whole chicken legs, (thighs and drumsticks attached) skin-on, bone-in

Marinade for Chicken

  • 3 tablespoons lemon juice
  • 4 cloves garlic, minced
  • 2 teaspoons salt

Piri Piri Sauce

  • 2 to 3 red Thai chilies, you can use more if you like a spicier dish
  • 2 cloves garlic, roughly chopped
  • juice of one whole lemon
  • salt and fresh ground pepper, to taste
  • 2 teaspoons sweet or smoked paprika
  • ¼ cup olive oil
  • chopped fresh parsley, for garnish
  • lemon wedges, for serving

Instructions

  • Place chicken in a roasting pan and set aside.

  • In a small mixing bowl whisk together lemon juice and garlic.

  • Pour the lemon mixture over the chicken and coat all around.

  • Season chicken with salt; cover and let sit on the kitchen counter for 30 to 60 minutes.

  • In the meantime, chop the chillies and garlic; add to a blender or food processor.

    NOTE: I advise to wear gloves when working with chilies.

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  • Add in lemon juice, salt, and pepper. Pulse until blended.

  • Add paprika and oil; process until smooth and completely combined.

  • Taste for seasonings and add more chilies, or salt and pepper, if you want. You can also add a little bit of sugar to add a bit of sweetness to the sauce.

  • Preheat oven to 400˚F.

  • Roast previously prepared chicken for about 32 to 35 minutes, or until cooked through. Baste with its juices half way through cooking. Chicken is done when internal temperature reaches 165˚F. Use an instant read thermometer for accuracy.

  • In the meantime, preheat a griddle pan to medium-hot.

  • Remove chicken from oven and brush on prepared Piri Piri Sauce all over. Save some sauce for serving.

  • Add chicken pieces to hot griddle pan and cook for 2 minutes, or until browned and starting to char.

  • Flip chicken over and continue to cook for 2 minutes, or until browned on opposite side.

  • Garnish with parsley and serve with lemon wedges and remaining Piri Piri sauce.

Notes

NET CARBS: 4 g

Nutrition

Calories: 143 kcal | Carbohydrates: 5 g | Protein: 1 g | Fat: 14 g | Saturated Fat: 2 g | Cholesterol: 1 mg | Sodium: 1167 mg | Potassium: 119 mg | Fiber: 1 g | Sugar: 2 g | Vitamin A: 707 IU | Vitamin C: 38 mg | Calcium: 11 mg | Iron: 1 mg | Net Carbs: 4 g

Nutritional info is an estimate and provided as courtesy. Values may vary according to the ingredients and tools used. Please use your preferred nutritional calculator for more detailed info.

Course: Dinner

Cuisine: Portuguese

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FAQs

Is piri piri chicken the same as Portuguese chicken? ›

What is Peri Peri Chicken? Traditional Portuguese Chicken, is called Peri Peri Chicken (or sometimes Piri Piri Chicken) and made with Piri Piri peppers which actually originated in South Africa, and were imported to Portugal from two Portuguese colonies, Angola and Mozambique, on spice ships.

What do Nandos marinate their chicken in? ›

We mix PERi-PERi with salt, garlic, lemon, onion, oil, and vinegar to make our signature sauce. Then we marinate our chicken in it for 24 hours and serve it at our restaurants across the globe.

How does Nando's prepare their chicken? ›

Our chickens are marinated for at least 24 hours before being cooked. Every oven in Nando's kitchens is pre-programmed to ensure chicken is cooked thoroughly and each batch is temperature checked before serving to ensure it has reached at least 75 degrees. Each chicken is then flame-grilled to order.

What is Peri Peri Chicken called in Portugal? ›

Known as frango assado in Portugal, piri piri chicken is an Algarvian culinary specialty that involves the brutal candor of spatchcocking a chicken, throwing it on a hot grill, and brushing its tawny flesh with piri piri sauce.

Why is Portuguese chicken so good? ›

There's a reason why Portuguese chicken is so popular – it's absolutely delicious. The chicken is usually marinated in piri-piri sauce, which is a type of chili pepper sauce, giving it a nice kick. And because the chicken is cooked over an open flame, it gets that perfect crispy skin that we all crave.

Is Portuguese piri-piri spicy? ›

Spicy, tangy, savory, and undeniably addictive.

This artisanal seasoning mix, made in small batches with only the best in carefully dried ingredients, comes through on it's spicy promise without neglecting deep flavor notes, and a sultry twang of ginger and citrus.

How does Nandos cook their chicken so fast? ›

Despite what some people think Nando's chicken is not organic, and comes into the restaurants pre-marinated. Before it reaches the grill, it's cooked in a combi oven then stored in a hot drawer until someone orders it. This means that once it hits the grill it's done in just minutes.

Can I use Nandos sauce as a marinade? ›

Squeeze lemon juice, sprinkle paprika & salt and give them a good rub. Use a generous amount of Nando's Peri Peri sauce and marinate the chicken pieces for a good amount of time (3-4 hrs or overnight recommended).

Is Nandos grilled or fried? ›

We baste our chicken to your choice of heat level from the PERiometer, and then it's flame-grilled to order, never fried.

Do Nandos boil their chicken? ›

Although Nando's chicken usually arrives at the restaurant cooked by boiling the chicken, it is then finished off on the grill to heat it up, crisp up the skin, and add those attractive grill marks. Precooking the chicken in this way means it retains it moisture and it also keeps it safe from contamination.

Is Nando's chicken healthy? ›

Nando's chicken is grilled with the skin, but if you want to reduce the calories and fat of your meal even more, remove the skin before diving in. While this dish is low in sodium, calories, and carbohydrates, it does deliver healthy protein. For additional nutritious options, try looking beyond the regular menu.

What is PERi-PERi marinade made of? ›

Recipes vary, but peri-peri sauce is typically made from crushed chiles, lemon, pepper, garlic, salt, onion, bay leaves, vinegar, and oil. To make peri-peri sauce, all of the ingredients are pureed together.

What do the Portuguese eat with piri piri chicken? ›

The chicken is normally served with a simple salad along with either rice or chips (fries) or both: in the north of Portugal, rice is much more common, whereas in the Algarve and South of Portugal, chips are the side of choice.

What is Portugal's national dish? ›

Bacalhau (dried, salted cod) is Portugal's national dish, although saying national dish is a bit confusing as there really isn't just one recipe for bacalhau: rumour has it that there are more than 365 different ways to cook bacalhau, and some people say that's even an under-estimation.

What is the most traditional Portuguese dish? ›

Bacalhau

Salted cod may come from Norway or Iceland, but somehow it's the most traditional Portuguese food you'll eat. So much so that people say there's one different bacalhau recipe for each day of the year.

What is the best chicken in world? ›

Today the poulet de Bresse has the reputation of being the best quality table chicken in the world.

Is Nando's South African or Portuguese? ›

Nando's (/ˈnændoʊz/; Afrikaans: [ˈnandœs]) is a South African multinational fast casual chain that specialises in flame-grilled peri-peri style chicken. Founded in Johannesburg in 1987, Nando's operates over 1,200 outlets in 30 countries.

What is Portuguese chicken made of? ›

It's a simple matter of flattening a whole chicken, marinating it and drizzling it with a spicy piri piri sauce. Serve with a garden salad.

What is Portuguese sauce made of? ›

The Portuguese sauce is a hearty tomato sauce made with sautéed onions, garlic, tomato concassé and parsley. Tomato concassé (pronounced "conk-a-SAY") is a fancy culinary term to describe tomatoes that have been peeled, seeded and roughly chopped.

What is Portuguese spice made of? ›

Grind paprika, pepper, parsley, chili powder, cumin, oregano, lemon zest, cinnamon, ginger, cloves, allspice, nutmeg and bay leaf together.

Is piri-piri healthy? ›

Piri piri chilli is rich in vitamin B1, B2, B3 and minerals like potassium, phosphorus, iron and calcium that holds metabolism enhancing and curative properties. They can help to increase blood flow, metabolism and also stimulate the appetite.

Why does Nandos sauce taste different? ›

The keenest PERi-PERi fans might be able to detect a slight flavour difference between the sauces used in our restaurants and those you see in supermarkets. This is because the sauces used in our restaurants are made fresh in Australia, but the ones sold in supermarkets come all the way from South Africa.

What is Nandos chicken made of? ›

This Portuguese bbq peri-peri chicken (also called piri-piri chicken) has become the famous spicy food since the South African food chain Nando's chicken opened up stores worldwide. The chicken is marinated with peri-peri sauce, a chili sauce made with African bird's eye chilies, vinegar, lemon juice, and spices.

What oil does Nandos use for chips? ›

PERi-Salt Chips Method

3ltr sunflower oil.

Can you cook with Nando's PERi-PERi sauce? ›

Truth is, this sauce goes well with almost anything - meat, fish or vegetables. Splash, dash, dip or simply cook with it to add flavour and zest to any meal.

What is the white sauce at Nandos? ›

PERinaise is our own unique blend of a creamy mayonnaise and PERi-PERi chillies. It's perfect for squeezing onto, dipping into, or spreading over, well, just about anything. Your sandwiches, chips, cheese toasties, and, of course, chicken never had it so good.

Does Nandos leave skin on chicken? ›

First up, there are our chicken thighs – each serving contains four flame-grilled chicken thighs with the skin on. It's a simple dish that's simply packed with flavour. Then, there's the chicken butterfly – two succulent chicken breasts joined by crispy skin.

What's the healthiest thing to eat from Nandos? ›

These options can be ordered-as-is and enjoyed as part of a healthy diet plan:
  • ¼ peri-peri chicken + corn on the cob + chargrilled veg.
  • 5 chicken wings + fino coleslaw + macho peas.
  • Chicken thighs + corn on the cob + fino coleslaw.
  • Caesar salad with chicken breast fillet.
  • House salad + halloumi cheese (v)

Why do people think Nandos is Portuguese? ›

Nando's is indeed a portuguese chain, but it was started by an a portuguese emigrant who took something which was very simple and very popular in Portugal and turned it into a franchise.

Is it healthy to grill chicken? ›

Grilled meats have reduced fat content because fat drips off as the food cooks. This results in healthier meals and makes it easier to manage a low-fat diet. Reduced fat intake also helps lower bad cholesterol levels.

What is in Nandos seasoning? ›

Our famous PERi-PERi salt - a blend of salt, spices and PERi-PERi (African Bird's Eye Chilli).

Is Nando's African or Mexican? ›

Nando's started way back in 1987, when the first restaurant opened in Rosettenville in Johannesburg, South Africa.

Why do people boil their chicken? ›

With no time (or energy) to run to the store, boiling chicken is the perfect way to get to tender, juicy chicken that's easy to shred. Perfect for. It doesn't have to be bland or boring as the name suggests. Plus, boiling is faster and less work than cooking in a skillet.

Why is Nandos so nice? ›

Nando's chicken is grilled to perfection and seasoned with a Peri-Peri sauce so tasty that I can't imagine ever eating chicken without it again. If chicken isn't your thing (we aren't judging) then there are still yummy alternatives, plus nine main vegetarian options.

Can I eat Nandos on a diet? ›

Skinless chicken breast is a lean protein, which means it's super low in Points. However, Nando's chicken is cooked with the skin on and some is cooked on the bone, which means all menu items have a Points value that you'll need to track.

What is the highest calorie meal at Nandos? ›

If you love Nando's, the best main you can have is the 1/4 chicken, which is 265 calories, or the butterfly chicken (352 calories). At the other end of the scale, a whole chicken is the most calorific item at 1,156 calories, while a portion of 10 chicken wings has 806.

What's the difference between piri-piri and PERi PERi? ›

Piri-piri, peri-peri or peli-peli is the name used in Portuguese and a number of African languages to describe the African bird's-eye chili. The variations in spelling derive from the various pronunciations of the word in parts of Africa, although 'piri-piri' is the correct spelling in Portuguese.

What is Nandos sauce made of? ›

Vinegar, Water, Lemon Purée (6%), Onion Purée (6%), Salt, Spices (African Bird's Eye Chilli, Cayenne Pepper, Paprika), Green Chilli, Sunflower Seed Oil, Garlic Purée, Stabilisers (Xanthan Gum, Propylene Glycol Alginate), Antioxidants (Ascorbic Acid, Rosemary Extract).

Is PERi PERi hotter than chilli? ›

The Red Peri Chilli, also known as the Peri-Peri pepper is Africa's hottest pepper. These small chillies measure up to 175,000 Scoville heat units, which are even hotter than our renowned Chilli Padi which comes in at 50,000-100,000 Scoville heat units– that's hot!

Is peri-peri popular in Portugal? ›

In the span of a few decades, frango assado com piri piri has become one of the most popular dishes in Portugal. It's just as popular in Southern Africa, where piri piri sauce is a beloved condiment in Angola, Mozambique, and South Africa.

What is Portugal's favorite dessert? ›

Pastel de Nata are the most famous Portuguese dessert. They are deliciously irresistible. The combination of blistered, caramelized custard and flaky golden brown puff pastry is a match made in heaven.

What is typical Portugal breakfast? ›

The most common items you'll find in a Portuguese breakfast are: bread, sliced cheese, sliced ham, bread, jam, and a milky coffee. Sometimes it's just toast without the ham and cheese, but the common denominators are almost always bread and a milky coffee like a galão or a meia de leite.

What is the main meal of the day in Portugal? ›

The most important meal of the day in Portugal is lunch. Portuguese love food and wine, in fact, Portuguese are the major consumers of wine in the world.

What foods are unique to Portugal? ›

Together with pastel de nata, bacalhau is perhaps the most well-known dish in Portuguese cuisine. It's a Portuguese national dish and far and away the most commonly eaten type of fish in Portugal. Bacalhau is the Portuguese word for cod, but in a culinary context, it refers specifically to dried and salted cod.

What is a typical lunch in Portugal? ›

Typical Lunch in Portugal (12 p.m. to 2 p.m.)

These menus usually include a soup, prato do dia (dish of the day), dessert, and a coffee. If they're really in a rush, they'll order something quick at the counter like a soup and a bifana (pork sandwich).

What does piri-piri mean in Portuguese? ›

Piri-piri, peri-peri or peli-peli is the name used in Portuguese and a number of African languages to describe the African bird's-eye chili. The variations in spelling derive from the various pronunciations of the word in parts of Africa, although 'piri-piri' is the correct spelling in Portuguese.

Is Nando's peri-peri Portuguese? ›

Is Nando's from Portugal? No! Despite the logo, the name, and the branding, Nando's actually originates in South Africa. A significant clue is in the flagship product, that's peri-peri chicken for Nando's.

What is piri-piri sauce made of? ›

The classic piri-piri or peri-peri sauce recipe ingredients contain chili, garlic, oil, and acid (which could be from lemon or vinegar) only. Basically, the sauce is used as a spicy condiment or marinade as a part of food preparation.

What is Portugal's most famous food? ›

Pastel de nata

It's probably Portugal's most famous food, and there's a good reason for that. Pastéis de nata (or Portuguese custard tarts as they're known outside of Portugal) are just delicious. They're also considered one of the Seven Wonders of Portuguese Gastronomy.

What is a traditional Portuguese dish? ›

Portuguese cuisine is famous for its delicious seafood. Beyond Bacalhau or Portuguese codfish and sardines, octopus or polvo is another popular Portuguese seafood dish loved by all. Polvo à la lagareiro is a famous octopus dish that you will find across the country.

Why are there no Nandos in Portugal? ›

You would never find a Nando's in Portugal, as there are thousands of local restaurants that serve the same chicken - Nando's only exists in places where it is unique.

What is the most popular meat in Portugal? ›

What to eat in Portugal? 10 Most Popular Portuguese Fresh Meats
  • Beef. Carne Arouquesa. Aveiro District. ...
  • Veal. Vitela de Lafões. Lafões. ...
  • Lamb. Borrego Serra da Estrela. Coimbra District. ...
  • Lamb. Cordeiro de Barroso. Barroso. ...
  • Pork. Carne de Bísaro Transmontano. ...
  • Beef. Carne Mirandesa. ...
  • Pork. Carne de Porco Alentejano. ...
  • Beef. Carne dos Açores.

What is Portugal's most famous for? ›

Portugal is famous for its typical seafood dishes, popular beach destinations, and 16th to 19th-century architecture, from when this country was a powerful maritime empire. It's also known for its soccer legends, fado music, historical cities, and port wine.

Where in Portugal has the best food? ›

In other words, don't skip the following cities when you plan a Portuguese food trip:
  1. Porto. We adore dining on dishes like açorda de mariscos at restaurants like Taberna Dos Mercadores when we travel to Porto, the culinary hub of Northern Portugal. ...
  2. Lisbon. ...
  3. Évora. ...
  4. Olhão. ...
  5. Setúbal. ...
  6. Óbidos.
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