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Old 05-08-2010, 02:32 PM   #1
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Peri peri sauce!

I love Nando's. I eat it everyday... It's like they put crack in their sauces or something. But eating Nando's 1-2 times a day is really burning a hole in my pocket, does anyone know where I can buy peri peri sauce to marinate my own chicken? Nando's doesn't sell it on it's own and costco doesn't sell it. Any ideas?
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I've got a great idea. Next time treat a lady friend to nando's and make sure she brings a huge purse with her.
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You used to be able to buy their peri peri sauces in store and I've bought them in save on as well.
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I love Nando's. I eat it everyday... It's like they put crack in their sauces or something. But eating Nando's 1-2 times a day is really burning a hole in my pocket, does anyone know where I can buy peri peri sauce to marinate my own chicken? Nando's doesn't sell it on it's own and costco doesn't sell it. Any ideas?
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Here's what you do.

Option.1 You'll have to keep eating Nandos for another month. When you get take out keep asking for extra Peri Peri sauce. You can save up a stash that way.

Option.2 Alternatively, you can plan a get together where everyone gets Nandos chicken, you do the pickup for the chicken.. then ask for loads and loads of extra Peri Peri sauce packets. Profit.

Here's the last option.

Use GOOGLE!


http://www.amazon.com/Nandos-Medium-Peri-Peri-Sauce-125ml/dp/B0001590NW
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Here's what you do.

Option.1 You'll have to keep eating Nandos for another month. When you get take out keep asking for extra Peri Peri sauce. You can save up a stash that way.

Option.2 Alternatively, you can plan a get together where everyone gets Nandos chicken, you do the pickup for the chicken.. then ask for loads and loads of extra Peri Peri sauce packets. Profit.

Here's the last option.

Use GOOGLE!


Nando's Medium Peri-Peri Sauce 125ml: Amazon.com: Grocery & Gourmet Food

i would've kept the last option to myself, and sold it to OP at 12.99/bottle.

that is what i call PROFIT !!
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I love Nando's. I eat it everyday... It's like they put crack in their sauces or something. But eating Nando's 1-2 times a day is really burning a hole in my pocket...
Too much of that sauce burns something else of mine the next day!
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homemade stuffs better, i think its just marinated in olive oil, garlic, chili paste and a little wine and salt, but i could be wrong.
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Hmm seems like online is the only option. Thank god for eBay.
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homemade stuffs better, i think its just marinated in olive oil, garlic, chili paste and a little wine and salt, but i could be wrong.
Yep don't forget the piri piri too
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Umm did you even look anywhere other than costco? They sell that sauce everywhere, IGA def sells it, and im pretty sure other grocery stores do too.

Also piri piri is the name of the sauce not one of the ingredients. Just use some common sense and google it, the fucking second link is a recipe how to make it.
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^umm Piri piri is a type of chilli google master. Yes, I am aware of how to use google. Do you make ranch dressing at home or do you buy the kraft bottle? I don't have time to slave away at the kitchen making everything from scratch.. Neither do I have time to go do a scavenger hunt to all the grocery stores in the lower mainland. The ones I frequent don't sell them.
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Peri Peri sauce is just Portuguese hot sauce. Basically mean chili pepper.

The official Nandos sauce is sold at Save-on Foods. I know the Ironwood location in Richmond used to stock it.
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I bought a bottle from Save-on-Foods in Richmond on Ackroyd last week, so they have it for sure...having said that, even if they didn't, there is a Nando's just across the street
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Lol cause of this thread I asked a friend who works at nando's for some peri peri sauce... And she delivered. Must have given me over 100 little packets. I gotta increase my chicken intake now
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I got a bottle at Home Sense a while back for like $2. Wish I had grabbed a bunch 'cause I used it up pretty quick.
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