Chilli Chipotle Ground peppers are smoked, dried Jalapeño chillies. They appeared when the Aztecs used to add dried chilli to food as a preservation method. They have a rich smokey flavour with nutty, leathery notes that blend well with other strong flavours. Chipotle flavouring is widely used throughout Mexico, the United States and more recently, in Australia. It can be used in soups, stews and casseroles. It also has a variety of health benefits to defend against intestinal diseases and aid in weight loss. The ground form is easier to use but is not as strong as using the whole smoked chipotle chillies.
With a deep, rich smoky flavour, Chipotle Chillies are one of Mexico's most well-known flavours. Add to slow cooks, stews, soups, and chillies for a wonderfully nutty, spicy flavour. We harvest the chillies at their peak ripeness then dry and grind them for the best, most authentic chipotle flavour.
Chipotle Chilli has many health benefits as a good source of vitamins and minerals. It helps to reduce blood pressure, protect against heart disease, aid in weight loss, clear up various respiratory conditions, and defend against intestinal diseases. It also contains capsaicin, iron, magnesium, phosphorous, and dietary fibre, as well as vitamin A, K, C, B6, and potassium.
100% dried ground Chipotle Chillies
How to use:
Pair with beef, chicken and pork chops
Use in soups, stews and casseroles
Sprinkle to vegetables, meats, and sauces
Stir into BBQ sauce
Shake it onto roasted veggies
Add in the beginning of cooking to bloom and release their volatile oils
Its deep, smoky flavour gives a big impact so add 1/2-1tsp at a time and taste and smell as you go
Use as a dry rub with salt over meat before grilling or roasting
Combine with oil to create a marinade for meat or veg
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Other names or spelling:
Aji, Red Pepper, Mild Chillies, Hot Chillies, Fruity Chillies, chili ahumado
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