The word pili pili comes from the word Piri piri (ˌpiːriˈpiːri/ pee-ree-pee-ree, also spelled peri peri, pili pili), also called African bird’s eye chili, is a cultivar of Capsicum frutescens, one of the sources of chili pepper that grows both wild and domesticated.
It is a small member of the Capsicum genus. It grows in Malawi, South Africa, Ghana, Nigeria, Zambia, Zimbabwe, Mozambique, and the tropical forests of South Sudan & the southern half of Ethiopia. It was brought in the 16th century to Sri Lanka and Goa by the Portuguese.
The compliments from my customer’s inspired me to take the next step and produce my range of fusion sauces for the Irish market. I’ve invested 27 years in perfecting my recipes and at this stage, I am excited to bring their flavors to your table. My sauces can be enjoyed in a variety of dishes, such as chicken, duck, fish and vegetables, to quickly and easily, create an authentic and delicious meal. All this is done without compromising my commitment to using fresh and natural ingredients.
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