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Piri-Piri Sauce in T.O. Area?

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Lefty Sep 11, 2006 08:16 PM

Churrascos on Eglington serves a great Piri-Piri Sauce ..does anyone know where you can buy it? Thanks

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  1. Kagemusha RE: Lefty Sep 11, 2006 08:51 PM

    Just about any well-stocked Portuguese bakery/deli should have it. I've seen it at big Loblaws and Highland Farms, too.

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      FEDup RE: Lefty Sep 11, 2006 10:11 PM

      I've found it at No Frills, in non-Portuguese neighbourhoods. So delicious. I forget the brand name, but it comes in a black, red and white box and is found near the tabasco sauce.

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        Nyleve RE: Lefty Sep 12, 2006 12:35 AM

        You can buy the sauce at Churrasco on St. Clair. They sell it in jars right at the counter where you buy the chicken. It's delicious and it looks like it must be homemade. There's no label on the jar.

        1. Googs RE: Lefty Sep 14, 2006 03:31 AM

          I'm stunned the Eglinton store doesn't sell it. The Churrasco at St. Lawrence Market does. You can also find Piri-Piri at Lively Life on the lower level of SLM.

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            cookbook RE: Lefty Sep 14, 2006 03:38 AM

            Definitely Nandos- and they have a few eateries in Canada now (they're originally Portuguese South-African owned). One is by the Heartland Centre in Mississauga, ON- although my South African raised husband swears the Nando's in SA are 10x's better than what we have here....

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