The easiest and best Piri-Piri chicken marinade recipe for roasted or grilled chicken and potatoes, with layers of smoky and spicy flavors! So easy to make and perfect for game night, casual dinners, and more!
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For the glaze/dipping sauce:
The chicken and potatoes can be marinated in a ziplock bag if preferred. You can marinade the chicken sealed in the refrigerator overnight for intense flavor.
Can't find fingerling potatoes? You can substitute any variety of Idaho Potatoes, such as diced russets, or new potato varieties.
You can make the glaze/dipping sauce up to 3 days ahead, rewarming it in the microwave or stovetop before serving.
For the Piri Piri sauce, I used Nando's medium original, you can also use any of your favorites if you're unable to find a Piri Piri sauce.
You can also use this recipe with chicken wings, chicken breasts, spatchcock style, or traditional whole roasted chicken.
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