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Dried Mexican Chile Peppers
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Dried Mexican Chile Peppers

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Authentic Mexican flavor starts with very good ingredients, and these dried peppers are the best of the best. Choose from a mild assortment or a hot assortment.

Mild: These are best for sauces served over or alongside dishes, such as enchiladas. They're often referred to as “chile de color” -- meaning they are for color, not so much for heat. Rest assured they have plenty of flavor, but the spice level isn't over the top.

  • Made in: Mexico
  • Made of: Chile ancho, chile guajillo, chile pasilla, and chile mulato.
  • Size: 2 ounces each

Hot: These peppers are searingly hot -- use them specifically for salsas served on the side of a meal. Add tomatoes to dial down the heat a notch if you like. The chile de arbol can be lightly fried or toasted (about 30-45 seconds) before making a salsa to give it richer, fuller-bodied flavor.

  • Made in: Mexico
  • Made of: Chile habanero, chile pequin, chile chipotle morita, and chile de arbol.
  • Size: 2 ounces each

Sourced from: Melissa Guerra

Store in dry environment; best if used within 6 months.

Standard Shipping: Ships out within 3 business days.

Three-Day Shipping: Guaranteed delivery by Friday, December 4.

Overnight Shipping: Guaranteed delivery by Wednesday, December 2.

Note: Additional charges apply for shipments to Alaska and Hawaii.

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