DAY 13- Peri Peri Fries

Peri Peri in Swahili means Pepper Pepper!

In Spain and Portugal, the term traditionally referred to spicy sauces and chilli-based powders used in barbeques. However, over time, the term has become popular globally as a spice mix that is mixed with French fries.

The Peri Peri flavor gives a hot and tangy makeover to the French fries.

Peri – Peri Fries


*Ingredients

-For masala

  1.  Salt                                                              1 tsp
  2.  Cinnamon powder                                     ½ tsp
  3.  Powdered Sugar                                        ½ tsp
  4. Ground dry Ginger                                     ½ tsp
  5.  Chili flakes                                                 3 tsp
  6.  Cayenne Pepper                                         2 tsp
  7. Red chili powder                                         1 tsp
  8.  Garlic powder                                             2 tsp
  9.  Oregano                                                       2 tsp

-Other ingredients

  1. Potato                                                          3
  2. Water                                                          For parboiling
  3. Salt
  4. Oil                                                                For deep frying

*Preparation

  1. In a mixing bowl, add all the ingredients and mix well until you get  a smooth powder texture.
  2. In a vessel, boil water.
  3. Cut potato in fingers and add in boiling water with some salt. Drain.
  4. Heat oil for frying.
  5. Fry fingers in a batch on medium flame until they turn golden brown.
  6. Remove. Toss with piri piri masala.
  7. Serve immediately.
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