Aji

Filleted and marinated Spanish horse mackerel.
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Aji

[Ryūkyū] An aji, anji, or azu 按司 was a ruler of a petty kingdom in the history of the Ryukyu Islands. The word later became a title and rank of nobility in the Ryūkyū Kingdom. It is said to be related to the Japanese aruji (`master`), and the pronunciation varied throughout the islands. It ranked next below a prince among nobility. ...
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Ají

[sauce] Ají is a spicy sauce that often contains tomatoes, cilantro (coriander), ají pepper, onions, and water. Recipes vary dramatically from table to table, depending on the preference of the chef. Aji has been used in Peru since the times of the Incas, who called it uchu. In Colombia and Ecuador, for example, food is traditionally mild...
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Aji

Aji (singular form) is what the Peruvians call chile peppers. The species in particular is capsicum baccatum.
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