GUAJILLO CHILE POWDER
This guajillo chile powder isn’t one you add to dishes for heat. Instead, use it as a base flavor at the beginning of cooking. Use it in combination with cumin, chipotles, coriander, and oregano to make a bold and versatile chile paste. Try whisking it with lime juice, olive oil, and toasted cumin seeds for a summer vinaigrette that brightens up fruit and fish.
A toasted tea flavor and the slight roasted tomato-y flavor is what you may first discern after a bit of guajillo. There’s a lingering shadow of blackberry and raspberry that you can only peek out of the corner of your eye before it slips away.
The Guajillo Chile Powder, with a mild heat, is great when used in your favorite chili, soup, sauces, or salsa. Traditionally used in Mexican and Southwestern Cuisines, use this product for mole sauces, stews, or chili.
- Taste and Aroma: At around 5,000 Scoville units, Guajillo is one of the more mild chile peppers. Guajillos are smoky, tangy, rich, warm and complex.
- Uses: Salsa, sauces, Mexican cuisine, enchiladas, guajillo paste and meat.
- Substitutes: Guajillo Chile Peppers, Red Pepper Powder, and Ancho Chile Powder
- Fun Fact: Guajillo Chile Peppers are one of the most common chile peppers used in authentic Mexican cuisine.
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- Unit Type: Piece
- Carton Box
- Package Weight: 4 lbs
- Package Size: 13.11in x 12.67in x 3.93in