I have a question about the recipe "A Trio Of Citrus Salts" from aargersi. Is that a dried ancho chili?
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Ancho is always dry, fresh would be poblano.
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Thanks for your replies. Could one sub with ground Ancho chile powder?
As someone who isn't a big fan of grinding dried chiles at home, a quick online search yields a general consensus that 1 average Ancho chile is equal to about 1 heaping tablespoon of Ancho chile powder. I'd probably suggest that you start with a little less, make the recipe, then add to taste. Go for it!
Thanks Stephanie - just the info I needed. It's a plan :-)
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