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Piri piri / Peri peri

A term coming from the Swahili, and meaning 'pepper-pepper. In Portugal, it refers to a small-podded chilli-pepper variety that resembles a piquin, and types of hot sauce and dishes made from them. The chilis can also be found preserved in olive oil.

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