Nando’s hottest spice ever! Chain expands its PERiometer with the option “Extra Extra Hot”. So are you brave enough to try?
- Extra Extra Hot Spice is available from today by delivery or by click and pickup
- The new heating level takes the top spot in the restaurant’s PERiometer
- Will only be available for a limited time as part of Nando’s changing guest flavors
Nando’s has added a new Extra Extra Hot Spice option to their menu.
The new heat level, at which hot heads are happy and lemon and herb lovers tremble in their boots, takes first place in the PERiometer. Other options are PERi-Tamer, Plain … Ish, Lemon & Herb, Medium, Hot and Extra Hot.
The spicy option will be available to UK fans of PERi-PERi so that from today they can receive their solution via delivery and click and pick it up.
Nando’s has launched a new EXTRA EXTRA Hot Spice option for fans of fiery food
For those willing to turn up the heat, the seasoning can be added to any menu item, from the famous PERi-PERi chicken to The Great Imitator, its first herbal alternative.
Unfortunately, it will only be available for a limited time as part of Nando’s changing guest flavors they introduced after removing mango and lime last year.
It comes to Nando’s delighted customers late last year when they launched their first plant-based meat alternative.
The great imitator made from pea protein was introduced to restaurants in October and tastes like the popular PERi-PERi chicken breast fillet.
The “extra extra” hot seasoning is now available to complement dishes ordered to take away and for delivery
While the recipe is entirely plant-based, it is aimed more at flexiters than vegans and vegetarians as it is cooked on the same grill as the chicken dishes, meaning it is not strictly vegan.
The dish is served as four strips that are grilled to order and feature on the menu as part of the burger, pittas and wraps category.
Nando’s fans are still able to turn up the heat by choosing the desired spice level on the PERiometer, as is the case with the usual Nando order.
The South African chain currently has a beanie burger made from chickpeas, sweetcorn, lentils, peas and pumpkin seeds. However, this is the first time they have offered an option that mimics meat.
The brand new heat, with which hot heads rejoice and lemon and herb lovers tremble in their boots, will take first place on the PERiometer