Dried Pasilla Chiles


It is a variety belonging to the Capsicum Annuum, very popular in Mexico and South America. Locally called also Chilaca, Chile negro, Chile achocolatado or Pasilla bajio. When dried, they are very similar to raisins, hence the name “pasilla”. Harvested fresh, they have a particular smoked taste, they are used in Mexico for making typical sauces such as the famous mole poblano or borracha sauce, in combination with soups or as a condiment. They have a low pungency which goes from 5,000 to 10,000 degrees Scoville.

Available in 100 g format (vacuum packed).

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Weight0,1 kg

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