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A small chile pepper that is typically harvested when it is approximately an inch in length and matured from green to red or purple in color. It is a popular ingredient in southeast Asian, African, Spanish, and Portuguese cooking. Often referred to as piri-piri, peri-peri, peli-peli, or picante in eastern Europe, the Bird's eye Chili Pepper is a very hot pepper, adding significant heat to food recipes. It is commonly used to make marinades and sauces for meats, poultry, fish and seafoods.
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