Ancho Chilli

Cook with Ancho Chilli : Mexican cuisine, Red Meat, Sauces, Stews.

  • These dried reddish brown chili peppers are a staple in Mexican cuisine and offer a sweet, fruity note to dishes. Ancho chilies are essential to authentic dishes like tamales, mole, and chiles rellenos and bring a mild heat to any dish.


  • Recipes

    Coming soon

    Uses

    Use powdered ancho chili for creating Mexican dishes at home or livening up your stews and chili con carne. Add it to your meat rub when grilling steak or making tacos.

    Pairs deliciously with:

    Stuffed Peppers, Chili Con Carne, Chicken Tacos, Grilled Steak, Enchiladas

  • Origin & History

    Ancho chilies are the dried version of poblano peppers that originally hail from Mexico. Chiles poblanos are named for Puebla, a Mexican city and state where they were used in the local cuisine long before the arrival of Spanish conquistadors. Ancho chilies are part of the Mexican holy trinity of chilies and a necessary ingredient of mole. Poblano peppers are green, but those destined to become Ancho Chiles are allowed to ripen and turn red before they are dried and sold.

  • Ingredients

    Ancho Chilli

    Weight

    20g

    Serving size

    14 x 1/2 Tsp

     




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