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Explanation: In the US we call pimientos pimientos - the same in either language. It's a mild, almost sweet red pepper. I grow them in my garden for relishes and salads so I can tell you with some authority. Ever seen stuffed olives? Very popular in the US - those are green olives stuffed with pimiento. Good luck!