Dried chillies from Mexico. Ancho, Cascabel, chipotle, costeno rojo,de arbol, guajillo, habanero, mulato, nex mexico red, pasilla, pasilla de oaxaca, puya, pulla, chipotle in adobe

Mexican Chillies

Chipotle Morita

Heat: 5-6/10 Origin: Mexico Info:   At last! Anthroquinone- free Chipotle just arrived in..

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Habanero

Origin: Mexico Heat: 10/10 Info: This is the original hottest chilli from the Yucatan Peninsula, M..

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Ancho (dried poblano)

Heat: 2/10 Origin: Mexico Info:  The Ancho is the most popular chilli in Mexico.  It..

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Cascabel

Origin: Mexico Heat: 3/10 Info: The cascabel is also known as the little rattle which ref..

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De Arbol

Heat: 7/10 Origin: Mexico Info: De arbol chillies are a staple in Mexico due to thei..

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Guajillo

Origin: Mexico Heat: 3/10 Info:  Guajillo is a milder relative of De Arbol, Pulla and Costeno..

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Mulato

Heat: 2/10 Origin: Mexico Info: The Mulato is another dried poblano (see Ancho) and part of th..

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New Mexico Red

Origin: Mexico Heat: 3/10 Info: This chilli gets its name from the state of New Mexico and particu..

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Pasilla

Origin: Mexico Heat: 3/10 Info: This cdark-coloured chilli from Central Mexico is one of the Holy ..

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Piquin

Heat: 8/10 Origin: Mexico Info:  Fiery heat that takes a few seconds to "kick in". Use them s..

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Pulla/Puya

Origin: Mexico Heat: 4/10 Info: Looking like a small guajillo, and often a substitute for the..

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