Peri Peri Mombasa Sauce – subtly fiery, spicy with the typical Peri Peri taste
Gourmets love Peri Peri. The balanced all-rounder spices up pizza, pasta, tomatoes or marinades and makes you want more.
Recipe suggestions: Peri Peri tastes great mixed with tomato sauce on pizza. Delicate as an addition to tomato sauces on pasta or vegetables. Fine as a marinade for beef, vegetable skewers or corn on the cob.
Ingredients: Water, cane sugar, vinegar, rape oil, salt, modified corn starch, chili, paprika, dextrose, garlic, onions, cayenne pepper, black pepper, lemon juice concentrate, parsley, paprika oil, capsicum oil, additives: xanthan (E415), citric acid (E330), potassium sorbate (E202), sodium benzoate (E211)
Content: 240 ml
Original recipe handed down from a traveller through Africa:
“15 miles south of Mombasa Harbour on the Indian Ocean, on Africa’s tropical east coast, is Diani Beach, home of Mr Mutiaka. He is famous for his Peri Peri sauce, which he serves with grilled prawns, poultry or homemade bread. Tradition has it that Portuguese sailors, who explored the African east coast more than 500 years ago, brought the recipe with them. – However, Mr Mutiaka points out that the Portuguese “borrowed” the recipe from East Africa. . . .“