Mitakawani Pili Pili

(2 customer reviews)

£6.50

When you walk around Mitakawani, you will find chilli plants growing everywhere. These chilli peppers are known as ‘Pili Pili Hoho’ in Zanzibar and are of the local, traditional variety. Be warned, these are super hot but also incredibly fragrant. We left them whole, to keep all the aromas locked in. Flavour is 100% guaranteed!

Flavour Notes:

Red berries - Citrus - Tomato Powder

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When you walk around Mitakawani, you will find chilli plants growing everywhere. These chilli peppers known as ‘Pili Pili Hoho’ in Zanzibar are of the local, traditional variety. They use them to make their own masala mixes for their fish, curries or to even  sprinkle over mango! Be warned, these are super hot but also incredibly fragrant. We left them whole, to keep all the aromas locked in. Use them whole in a stir fry or grind them to a powder, the choice is yours and flavour is 100% guaranteed!

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  1. great flavor!!

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Who grew our Mitakawani Pili Pili?
grown in zanzibar
Mitakawani Village
Right in the middle of the Southern island of Unguja lies the small village of Mitakawani. Far removed from any lucrative tourist spots, they are completely reliant on spice farming. Since most of the people here only have small plots of land, they tend to mix their relatively small harvests together and share the profits.

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