Peri Peri Piri Piri Portuguese Spice Hot Sauce 200g from Maçarico

Price: £8.49
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Product Description

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Manufacturer Description

If there is a people in Europe that is connected with spices and spice trade, it's the Portuguese people. The tradition of centuries connected to trade of spices from the East remains on our meals today.
Individuals looking for high protein might discover Portuguese chicken spice appealing. An european food, Portuguese chicken spice is popular main dish worldwide. Traditionally, Portuguese chicken spice is prepared by saute.

Product Features

Piri piri (also known as bird's eye, African devil, or African red devil) is a cultivar of Capsicum frutescens, one of the sources of chili pepper, that grows both wild and domesticated It is a small and extremely spicy member of the capsicum (Capsicum) genus Piri piri is the name used in the Portuguese language, namely in Portugal and Mozambique, to describe the African bird's-eye chili Other English language spellings may include Pili pili in the Democratic Republic of the Congo or Peri peri, deriving from the various pronunciations of the word in parts of Africa, although "Piri piri" is the correct spelling in Portuguese

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