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Full disclosure: Like a lot of people, I jumped on the Sriracha bandwagon for a few years. After all, there are plenty of foods that can be improved by a squirt of that spicy, vinegar-spiked chile sauce, from beef pho and banh mi to grain bowls and fried eggs. But then I started to notice that everything you put Sriracha sauce on ends up tasting like Sriracha sauce. And what's the point in that?
Rather than indulge Sriracha's egotistic ambition to transform every dish into a reflection of itself, I started looking around for another kind of hot sauce—one with the thickness and chile kick of Sriracha, but a rounder, more full-bodied flavor that played better with others. One that didn't just add a dose of heat, but was flavorful enough to use as a marinade, too.
Ladies and gentlemen, behold piri piri sauce. Made from the small, fiery piri piri chile, one of the varieties that Portuguese explorers and colonizers brought with them to Africa, Mozambique, and beyond, piri piri sauce is just that—more of a sauce than a mere condiment.
Unlike sriracha, which has a rather one-dimensional garlic-and-vinegar accent, piri piri is traditionally made with sweet pimento peppers as well as spicy chiles, and often contains garlic as well as onions, occasionally some herbs, and usually a splash of lemon, vinegar, or whiskey, too.
It also has a nice dose of oil, which helps the flavors bloom and contributes a luscious texture. Like Huy Fong brand Sriracha, great store-bought brands of piri piri abound—like the Mazi variety made in small batches in New Jersey by the former manager of Jon Bon Jovi. Can Sriracha possibly compete with that origin story?
What's more, unlike Sriracha, piri piri sauce has a unique affinity for the chicken. In the classic Portuguese dish of frango piri piri, chicken is slathered with piri piri and a range of other chicken-friendly herbs and spices, marinated for a few hours, and then grilled to unimaginable levels of flavor and tenderness.
And that balanced, sweet spiciness works equally well on chicken wings, shrimp, and pork chops, too. Bet Sriracha can't do that. And of course, you can use piri piri the way you would Sriracha, too—as a drizzling sauce for rice bowls, noodle soups, and the like. Add a spoonful to your next tomato sauce for an unmistakeable undertone of heat. Or make piri piri mayo by dosing your favorite mayonnaise with some of the spicy stuff.
There you go—you've broken your Sriracha habit while breaking a sweat. Piri-Piri Chicken.
Piri Piri Sauce Is Everything You Wish Sriracha Would Be
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