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½ Price Nando's PERi PERi Sauce 125gm $1.82, Perinaise Sauce 265gm Varieties $1.95 Each @ Coles

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  • -2 votes

    link isn't working.

    It is now…

    Probably getting OzBargained…

    • +1 vote

      The Coles site has been doing this for weeks now. It loads after refreshing.

      • +4 votes

        ♫ ♪ ♫ ♪ Down, down, website is down….. ♫ ♪ ♫ ♪


    Are these the marinades or just the sauce?

    Or can they be both?

    • +1 vote

      I'm using both interchangeably.

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    • +2 votes

      Both. Doesn't matter really. I believe the marinades aren't as thick as the sauces.
      I used the lemon and herb with some butter on some fish last night and it was delicious!


        marinades have more starch and sugar in them, so I use the sauce for both.

  • +4 votes

    Probably known.. but if you use peri peri medium a lot. it might be worth taking costco membership for. They have got it for $10/L.
    This one is almost 50% expensive.
    costco only stock medium.


    Wonder if this also applies to the peri peri salt. Doesn't appear on the website but I've picked it up in store and it's amazing

    • +3 votes

      Peri Peri salt isn't the same one as they use in the restaurant unfortunately :(

      • -1 vote

        Tastes identical to me?


    Not familiar with these. Can they be used cold like a chilli sauce?

    Edit. I just read the info on the bloody hot sauce, 'Splash, dash, dip or simply cook with it to add flavour & zest to any meal.'

    I'm in.

    • +1 vote

      yes, difference is they use an African bird eye chilli, just use it like tabasco.

      Piri piri (/ˌpɪri ˈpɪri/ PIRR-ee-PIRR-ee, often hyphenated or as one word, and with variant spellings peri peri or pili pili (also called bird's eye chili)) is a cultivar of Capsicum frutescens, a chili pepper that grows both wild and as a crop.[citation needed]

      It is a small member of the genus Capsicum. The cultivar was developed from the malagueta pepper (originally from the Caribbean) in southeastern Africa and was spread by the Portuguese to their Indian territories of Gujarat and


    Oh man, they need to design a better bottle. I just poured way too much out.

    Tasty though! Got the hot and the extra bloody hot. I like the lemony flavour of the hot better.