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Piment fort Pili-Pili

Pili-Pili\" bird pepper

Malawi Ideal for Mixed Cuisine

Very powerful, the hot pepper pili-pili or bird\'s tongue is a spice that has character. Hot and fragrant, it will be the star of your chili oils. A chili that gives a superb aroma to your recipe.

I love it in a beautiful homemade oil that enhances my fish, poultry and pizza
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Fish, Meat, Sauces, Olive oil, Marinades

Kitchen association : Fish, Meat, Sauces, Olive oil, Marinades

Conditioning

Freshness packet

Conditioning : Freshness packet

Origin - Plantations

Malawi

Origin - Plantations : Malawi
« 8/10 on the Scoville scale, this hot pepper, although very spicy, is also very fragrant! »
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What is the hot pepper pili-pili?

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The pili-pili is a variety of red pepper. Beware of its small size, it is a powerful pepper that will surprise many. If you can\'t stand spicy flavors, you\'d better not try it. Also called piri-piri, bird\'s tongue or ndongo, the hot pepper pili-pili is cultivated in different countries, and especially in Madagascar, a country known mainly for its excellent vanilla. It is the Portuguese, Dutch and Spanish conquerors who have crossed the planet making the whole world discover the chilli pepper. However, the cultivation of the pili-pili pepper has remained the prerogative of Africa.

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What is the flavor of hot chili pepper?

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The pili-pili pepper lives up to its name. It has a strength of 8/10 on the Scoville scale, a scale used to determine the strength of peppers. It is therefore a hot pepper. For comparison, the Espelette pepper is at 4 on this scale while the Cayenne pepper is at 8. Beyond its strength, this hot spice has notes of bell pepper and dried tomato.

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Harvesting the pili-pili pepper in the plantations

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The pili-pili plant belongs to the Capsicum frutescens species. It is small in size, reaching about 80 cm. It produces small fruits which are picked as soon as their color becomes bright red. If it can be consumed fresh, the hot pepper that I propose you is dried in the sun.

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How to use the hot pepper pili-pili in cooking?

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You have to be a real hot pepper lover to eat pili-pili. Sensitive souls should not eat it. When you think of this pepper, you immediately imagine a beautiful chili oil to decorate pizzas. Just put some pili-pili in olive oil and let the flavors of this pepper diffuse. You can add some herbs to flavour your preparation (basil, thyme, bay leaf), but also a little garlic. As an appetizer, you can make a sauce with pili-pili pepper with shallots, honey to sweeten a little, soy sauce and olive oil. This sauce will accompany the tortilla chips. In a ratatouille, if you like spicy dishes, the hot pepper pili-pili will find its place. Be careful with the dosage, put only a little and taste it first.

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The conservation of hot chilli pepper

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My hot chili pepper is delivered in a resealable bag. Keep it away from light and humidity to preserve its taste and its virtues.

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Ideal for Mixed Cuisine
Provenance
Malawi
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Nathalie D. published the 31/12/2022 following an order made on 06/12/2022

5/5

Nockel les piments

Sylviane G. published the 16/12/2022 following an order made on 19/11/2022

5/5

BEAU PRODUIT

Armando S. published the 07/12/2022 following an order made on 16/11/2022

5/5

Parfait

Nancy B. published the 23/11/2022 following an order made on 04/11/2022

5/5

Pas encore utilisé mais très beaux piments

William B. published the 03/10/2022 following an order made on 10/09/2022

5/5

ça va piquer!

Romain D. published the 25/08/2022 following an order made on 03/08/2022

5/5

top !

Françoise F. published the 15/08/2022 following an order made on 19/07/2022

5/5

Pas encore goûté mais de visu c’est parfait !

Stéphanie T. published the 15/08/2022 following an order made on 19/07/2022

5/5

Waouw. Un piment dans ma sauce tomate. On sent vraiment le piquant. Super qualité.

SERGE L. published the 31/07/2022 following an order made on 16/07/2022

5/5

Très bien

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