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Chilli Mexican Ancho Poblano

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Origin: Mexico

Net weight of chilli varies between 14-20gms each.

Ancho chilli, is a dried version of the poblano pepper, a staple in Mexican cuisine. When fresh, poblano peppers are green and have a mild flavour, but once dried, they turn a dark, wrinkled, reddish-black and are known as Ancho chillies. This drying process enhances their flavor, giving them a rich, smoky, and slightly sweet taste with subtle notes of raisin and chocolate. Ancho chillies are not particularly hot, typically registering between 1,000 to 2,000 on the Scoville Heat Scale, making them accessible to those who prefer milder spice levels.

 

Ancho chillies are incredibly versatile and are used in a variety of dishes to add depth and complexity. They are a key ingredient in traditional Mexican mole sauces, where their unique flavour profile complements the other spices and ingredients perfectly. Additionally, they can be rehydrated by soaking in hot water, then blended into sauces or purees, or even ground into a powder to be used as a seasoning for meats, stews, and soups. Their rich flavour can elevate a dish without overwhelming it with heat.

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Weight0.04 kg
Dimensions8 × 12 × 1.2 cm
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