Apologies for being AWOL again, trying to Blog while Travelling is a bit challenging, especially when You return back HOME, after almost 2 months away. I am currently enjoying being back in South Africa, with a few more days left before I head back to Bahrain. The weather in Johannesburg, and even Durban (when I was down there last week), has been amazing!!!!.
Back in Bahrain, we are fortunate to have an array of Restaurant options, different types of Cuisine , but most specifically all are Halaal Certified Restaurants ?. While discovering what Bahrain has to offer, I was so thrilled to Discover our Local SA Nando’s franchise in Seef Mall there…Yay ?? Taste of Home??
For those not familiar with Nando’s, it is a Flame-Grilled Chicken restaurant , now found Worldwide. With a Mozambican/Portuguese theme, the main ingredient in their chicken dishes being their famous Nando’s Peri-Peri sauces?, A must try if you have a Nando’s near you!
So today allow me to share with you, My Version of my Favourite Dish from Nando’s, Their Pita Meals?. Pardon the poor Photo quality in this post, as I’m using Photos off my cellular phone.
Happy ‘FLAME GRILLING”
Tasty Nando's Chicken Strips
Author : Foodeva Marsay (@foodeva_marsay)
4 large Chicken Fillets, cut into strips
2 teaspoon crushed garlic OR garlic paste
2 Tablespoon plain yogurt
Tinge of turmeric powder
1/4 teaspoon Chillie powder
1 teaspoon Cumin powder (jeera powder)
2 teaspoon Robertsons Portuguese Chicken spice(or any brand variety)
1/2 teaspoon Robertson Lemon Pepper spice
1 teaspoon salt or to taste
Dash of lemon juice
Dash of Worcestershire sauce
2 Tablespoon Nando’s Lemon n Herb sauce
3 Tablespoon Nando’s Prego Sauce
~prepare chicken fillets as stated above, wash and drain
~ marinate chicken strips for ±30 minutes, with all the above ingredients
~heat olive oil in large pan and add the marinated chicken
~cook on medium heat , cook until chicken is tender and little moisture left
~now add 1/2 cup Mayonnaise followed by 5 Tablespoon of Nando’s Mild sauce (or more according to taste)
~allow to simmer on low but don’t let it dry out, must be saucy
~use for filling pitas/prego rolls/wraps (I used chopped cucumbers, tomatoes and lettuce to fill pitas here as well) or enjoy topped onto Simple Savoury Rice
NOTES BY FOODEVA MARSAY:
~Try above recipe for grilling a whole chicken, and brush regularly with the mayonnaise and Nando sauce mix.
~Flatten Chicken Breast, follow as in recipe and use for Burgers.
~use different varieties of Nando’s sauce, according to taste preference. OR try any other brand of peri-peri sauces.
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