How To Make Chipotle Sauce From Dried Chipotle Peppers - Recipe
Chile Chipotle, one of my personal favorites! This beauty is the perfect blend of a smoky and earthy flavor with the right amount of relatively mild heat. The Chiles are used to make a variety of salsas, a prime ingredient to season an abundance of Mexican main courses. Morita Chile peppers are also popularly used for meats that have high-fat content. It's also commonly added to braised dishes. This paste is perfect for some Sunday BBQ steak or hamburgers!
The best part? You can add in other seasonings from the ones mentioned in this article to achieve your preferred flavors, though the goal is to keep it generic enough to be able to include it in any number of dishes later on. Ole Rico’s chile ensures that each dish is bursting with authentic Mexican-style flavor, ready to be enjoyed around the table with friends and family.
Chile Chipotle Salsa Recipe
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Recommended: 10 dried chile chipotle/morita
1 clove of garlic
¼ cup of water
Boil the chiles in water for approximately 15 minutes or until they are bland and soft.
NOTE: The chiles will puff up indicating they are ready.
Meanwhile, peel a clove of garlic and place inside the blender.
Add a pinch of salt.
NOTE: Measure at your preference.
When ready, place the chiles inside the blender with the added ingredients. Add water (you can use the same water you used to boil the chiles) and blend until the density of the salsa is soft.
Place the blended chile mole in a container of your choosing. Ta da!