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The Piri Piri according to Wiki It is a small member of the Capisium genus (pepper). It grows in Angola, Uganda, Malawi, South Africa, Ghana, Nigeria, Zambia, Zimbabwe, Mozambique, the tropical forests of South Sudan and the higghlands of Ethiopa. It was brought to Goa, India by the Portuguese.
Despite being relatively restricted to an Atlantic sustenance, Portuguese cuisine has many Mediterranean (Italian, Levanatine, Maghrebi, Ottoman, Provencal French and Spanish cuisines) influences. Portuguese cuisine is famous for seafood. The influence of Portugal's former colonial (LINK TO PORTUGAL'S FORMER SUPER POWER POSSESSIONS where Portuguese food can be found)--> LINK<-- is also notable, especially in the wide variety of spices used. These spices include piri-piri (small, fiery chili peppers) and black pepper, as well as cinnamon, vanilla and saffron. Olive oil is one of the bases of Portuguese cuisine, which is used both for cooking and flavouring meals. Garlic is widely used, as are herbs, such as bay leaf and parsley.
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