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Mozambican | Cuisines | MyWeku Tastes

Cuisine: Mozambican

Grilled Piri Piri Prawns

Grilled Piri Piri Prawns

Piri Piri, (also spelled peri peri, pili pili) and which means “pepper pepper” in Swahili was synonymous with a handful of countries, notably Mozambique, South Africa, Angola, Namibia and Portugal. Go to any notable restaurant in the main cities of these countries and there is a good chance that any seafood platter you order will come with grilled piri piri prawns.

Piri Piri sauce

Piri Piri Sauce

Piri-piri or peri-peri is Swahili for ‘pepper-pepper’ otherwise known as the African birds-eye chilies. It is a hot chili that comes originally from Mozambique, where it was adopted by Portuguese settlers.