Holy Trinity of Chiles Dried 3 Pack | Ancho, Guajillo, Arbol
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The Holy Trinity of Chiles: Ancho, Arbol, and Guajillo
Dried Chili Pepper 3 pack bundle includes: This 3 Pack Bundle contains the oh-most-popular Holy Trinity of chiles in Mexican Cuisine: Ancho, Guajillo and Arbol.
🌶️ Authentic from Mexico - 100% Natural Product sourced from farms throughout Mexico
🌶️ Rich flavor - Great For Mexican Cuisine with smoky, earthy spiciness and rich flavor
🌶️ Great for Mexican Recipes - Good for Mole, Salsa, Tacos, Menudo, Pozole, Texas Chili, Tacos al pastor, Tostadas, Chiles en nogada, Enchiladas and plenty more of Mexican recipes
🌶️ 12 ounces in total: Each individual chile pack is 4oz, for a total of 12 oz.
🌶️ Comes in heat sealed resealable bag.
“The Holy Trinity” is a tasty blend of 3 Mexican Chili Peppers: Ancho, Arbol and Guajillo. Three delicious, savory, sweet, and relatively mild chillies that are the fundamental ingredients in most Mexican dishes. This Dried Chile Pack is a perfect spice kit for a new kitchen or addition to a collection that just needs a refresh. Use these dried chiles for Mexican Recipes like mole, pozole, enchiladas and much more. This pack comes with 3 individual packs weighing 4 ounces each. Great for recipe lovers or for a housewarming gift.
F A Q
How to use Dried Ancho Chiles?
Poblanos are dried into Ancho Chile Peppers and can, therefore, be stored and used for a longer period of time. Ancho Chiles can be used in two ways. One of the most common ways of using Ancho Chile Peppers is by soaking them in hot water, usually for about 30 minutes to restore them. Alternatively, they can be ground and directly used in cooking. Using them pureed evenly distributes their flavor in the dish. When properly stored under airtight conditions or in a freezer, they can last up to a year long.
How to use Chile de Arbol Dried Peppers?
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How to use Dried Guajillo Chiles?
Before use, Guajillo chile peppers are seeded. They are then soaked and then pulverized to make them into a thin paste. From there, they are cooked with other ingredients to create a sauce. The peppers can also be used in pastes, rubs, and butters when being used to flavor meats.