- Pili-Pili sauce : Pili-Pili or pilipili sauce, which is pronounced as pee-lee pee-lee, refers to a sauce made from hot red peppers and also the dishes cooked with these peppers or sauces. It is a word that is used from the Atlantic to the Indian Ocean and throughout Africa.

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