The dried Ancho peppers and the dried Mulato peppers both come from the Poblano pepper. The difference is the moment when the chili is harvested, chile Ancho’s are picked when they are ripe red while the Mulato peppers mature longer on the plant until they are dark red and almost fall of the plant. Both peppers are mildly hot and have a subtle difference in taste. Ancho peppers are slightly more fruity and the Mulato peppers are a bit more smokey. The dried Ancho pepper is ideal for making a real Mexican mole, but can also be used in other Mexican dishes. The pepper can be cooked in its entirety to be removed later, but can also be used very well in various dishes. The dried peppers are perfect for grinding into flakes or powder, waking them with hot water or for baking or cooking. The dried peppers are widely used to make sauces and marinades.
You can order the dried Ancho per 100 or 500 grams. So for example, if you want to order 1,5-kilo dried Ancho, you select the quantity 500gr and place this item 3 times in your chart. In addition to the dried Ancho peppers, Westlandpeppers also offers fresh Poblanos and a Poblano powder.
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This product is grown and dried in Mexico.