African Piri - Piri Kabobs

African Piri - Piri Kabobs created by L. Duch

For Bergy, hope this is the right piri-piri spice mix. Found this in B H & G and will try it this weekend. Looks wonderful in the picture and sounds great. It will be interesting to see how it works. Will comment after I try it and let you all know.

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  • Peel sweet potatoes, if desired and cut into 1 1/4 inch cubes.
  • Cook potatoes in lightly salted boiling water for 5 minutes or until slightly tender.
  • Drain, cool slightly.
  • Alternately thread the sweet potato, venison or beef and sweet pepper pieces on 4 long metal skewers, leaving a 1/4 inch space between pieces.
  • Brush with olive oil and sprinkle generously with piri-piri spice.
  • Place kabobs on the lightly oiled rack of the grill directly over medium heat.
  • Grill for 25 to 35 minutes or until sweet potatoes are tender, turning occasionally.
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"For Bergy, hope this is the right piri-piri spice mix. Found this in B H & G and will try it this weekend. Looks wonderful in the picture and sounds great. It will be interesting to see how it works. Will comment after I try it and let you all know."
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  1. Spiceoflife2627
    This is awesome you realy have to try it.
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  2. L. Duch
    African Piri - Piri Kabobs Created by L. Duch
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  3. L. Duch
    African Piri - Piri Kabobs Created by L. Duch
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  4. L. Duch
    African Piri - Piri Kabobs Created by L. Duch
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  5. L. Duch
    VERY NICE blend of spices. Just the right amount of heat. I used cubed sirloin alternated with lemon slices, apple and banana peppers. I also drizzled a mixture of olive oil and lemon juice over the kabobs before I sprinkled an ample amount of spice mix. I let it set to marinate for about an hour before grilling. Cooked it to medium rare. A definate keeper. I'm even going to make a bigger batch of spice blend to keep on hand for when I want to use it. It will go really good on any meat or veggie. Thanks Derf, for a really tasty taste of Africa :-)
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