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Dinner: Peri-peri Chicken Serves 4 to 6


✓ 4 pound whole chicken, rinsed* ✓ ¼ cup cilantro leaves ✓ 3 cloves garlic, peeled ✓ 2-inch piece fresh ginger, peeled and grated


✓ 1 lemon, juiced ✓ ¼ cup olive oil ✓ 1/3 cup hot pepper sauce such as Nando’s Peri-Peri sauce or Frank’s RedHot


✓ 1 teaspoon kosher salt ✓ ½ teaspoon black pepper


Peri-peri Chicken


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Butterfl y the chicken: Place the chick- en breast side down. Use kitchen scis- sors to remove the backbone from the chicken, cutting from the tail to the neck, along both sides of the back- bone. (Discard the backbone or use it to make stock.) Flip the chicken over. Press down on the breastbone to fl atten the chicken. Tuck the wings under the


breasts. Combine the remaining ingre- dients in a blender or food processor and puree. Place the chicken in a deep dish and pour the marinade over the chicken. Allow it to marinate for sev- eral hours or overnight, fl ipping it oc- casionally. Set up the grill for cooking over indirect heat. (For a charcoal grill, position the coals on one side of the grill. For a gas grill, light one or two of the burners, but cook the chicken on an unlit portion of the grill.) Sear the chicken on all sides on the hot side of the grill, just to form grill marks. Grill the chicken over indirect heat for 45 to 60 minutes with the lid closed. Flip the chicken occasionally and cook un- til the internal temperature in the thigh reaches 165°F.


(It may be helpful to


position a heavy piece of foil under the chicken to catch drips.) Brush the chick- en with ¼ cup of additional hot sauce just before removing from the grill. Chicken could also be baked in the oven at 350°F for approximately 80 to 90 minutes. *Boneless, skinless breasts or thighs could be substituted. Shorten grilling time to cook until the internal temperature is 165°F.


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