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Spice Up Your Braai

There's nothing better than adding a bit of zing to your meals, especially if there's a braai involved.Just that extra dash of spice, combined with a braai's smoky goodness, can turn any piece of meat into a masterpiece, so why not give these two recipes a go? let's shake things up and spice up your braai! spicy chicken wings chicken wings are the perfect finger food for any social gathering, especially a braai.Here's how you make these spicy, mustard-flavoured nibbles.This recipe will serve 4 to 6 and can be completed within 30 minutes.You will need: 16 chicken wings 250 ml of teriyaki marinade 2 tablespoons of sesame oil 2 tablespoons of dijon mustard 2 tablespoons of honey freshly ground black pepper here's what you do: the day before the braai, mix all of the ingredients listed together into a bowl or freezer bag.Make sure that each of your chicken wings is covered by the marinade before leaving the bag or bowl in the fridge overnight.The next day, give the chicken wings one final mix before cooking them on the braai on medium heat.Keep an eye on the wings and turn them every few minutes to ensure that they don't burn.Once browned and cooked through, remove the wings from the braai, serve and enjoy.It doesn't get much simpler than that! peri peri pork ribs if you're after something that looks a bit more impressive than little chicken wings, look no further than this peri peri pork ribs recipe.These ribs are deliciously tender, spicy and sure to impress! the only problem with these ribs is, while they can serve several people, you may not want to share.You will need: 1kg of pork ribs ½ cup of brown sugar 2 tablespoons of tomato sauce 2 tablespoons of worcestershire sauce 2 tablespoons of honey 4 tablespoons of peri peri sauce 2 cloves of crushed garlic 2 red peppers, finely cut black pepper here's what you do: the day before the braai, wrap your ribs in tin foil and pre-cook them in the oven for one hour at 175°c.While your ribs are cooking, make the marinade in a bowl using all of the other ingredients.Remove your ribs and allow them to cool.Then place them on another oven tray on top of a layer of cling wrap.Pour the marinade over the ribs and wrap them up.Then refrigerate your ribs overnight.The next day, remove the ribs from the fridge and cling wrap and cook on a medium heat braai for 5 minutes each side over direct heat.Then, move the ribs to the edge of the braai and cook for another 10 minutes per side.Keep basting your ribs with any remaining marinade to prevent them from drying out.After just 30 minutes, your delicious peri peri pork ribs are ready to be enjoyed.And shared, if you feel so inclined.

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