Oh dear, this can be addictive, depending on your personal tastes!! The real thing can only be made with African Birds' Eye Chilis, but there is not that much difference between a good red hot pepper and an African Birds' Eye Chili! I made up this recipe yesterday (cut from our local FEMINA magazine of April 09). I added a few extra hints here. By the way, shrimps and prawns are the same thing, except we call tiny shrimps, "shrimps" (LOL!) and the larger shrimps which range in size to Jumbo or King Prawns, "prawns"!! LOL! Also, this is not a dish for icky-picky eaters. The prawns are cleaned as usual, but NOT peeled. You can order your heaped plate of LM Prawns with Peri-Peri Sauce in Mozambique, especially in the capital, Maputo ... (use your atlas, Patricia!). This sauce is ideally used with large shrimps caught in the open sea -- not the sickly, tastless "farmed" shrimps. It is served heaped on a plate, with rice. You can peel it yourself, but the heads can safely be crunched ... Usually, if ordered, they ask you whether you want "hot", "medium", "mild", or with lemon butter. The lemon butter is for nerds, naturally, LOL!! You can use the entire recipe to throw in the pan and fry the prawns in, or as I do, skim off oil from the sauce mixture and fry the prawns in that, and then serve the rest of the sauce as a dipping sauce. Damp cloths and bowls for peels needed ... ! (LM Prawns in this case refers back to the time when the Portuguese ruled Mozambique, and Maputo was called Lourenço Marques).