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Piri-Piri Seasoning

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Piri Piri translates to "pepper pepper," which makes it a fitting name for a hot & spicy seasoning with a fantastic flavor! If you like your spices hot, this spicy piri piri is the one for you. Our Piri Piri seasoning is perfect for calde verde recipes, or for making homemade molho de piri piri pepper sauce. This piri piri spice blend combines Pequin chiles with Spanish paprika, salt, lemon peel, garlic and Greek oregano.


More Information

This spice mixture is perfect for calde verde (a Portuguese soup) or molho de piri-piri (a Portuguese hot-pepper sauce). To make molho de piri-piri, mix 3 Tbsp. spice with 1 cup olive oil and shake vigorously. Store in refrigerator for 7-10 days to allow the flavors to blend.

Piri Piri Seasoning Q&A

What is piri piri?

Piri Piri directly translates to "pepper pepper" in Swahili, but is commonly known just as a "chile pepper." Piri Piri is a hot pepper, usually the African's bird chiles (though our blend of piri piri seasoning contains Pequin chiles).

What's in Piri Piri seasoning?

Piri Piri seasoning contains Pequin chiles, Spanish paprika, salt, lemon peel, garlic and Greek oregano.

How do you make Piri Piri sauce?

To make homemade Piri Piri sauce, take 3 Tbsp. of piri piri dry rub & mix with 1 cup of olive oil. Store in your refrigerator for 7-10 days.

How hot are Piri Piri peppers?

Piri Piri peppers are extremely hot, and rank anywhere between 50,000-175,000 in Scoville heat units.


Dietary Information

MSG-Free

Nut-Free

Dairy-Free

Gluten-Free

Onion-Free

Black Pepper-Free

Corn-Free

Sweetener-Free

Sugar-Free

Sesame-Free

Vegetarian

Vegan

Ingredients

Pequin chiles, Spanish paprika, salt, lemon peel, garlic, Greek oregano