The Ancho chile is typical of Mexican cuisine, it's the dried Ancho chili.Once dried, the taste of chili becomes more 'strong and decisive!
Strong spiciness, but not extreme; ideal to be eaten with stewed, meats and soups
The flavor is reminiscent of hazelnut and there is a slight smell of smoke
Its taste is delicate and fruity, and the meaning of its name is "looking into the sun"
Its color tends to bordeaux, its flavor is medium spicy dishes and adds a pleasant aroma of red fruits
The Chipotle is the Jalapeno dried.It can be eaten as is, added to various dishes, mainly as a condiment
"It tastes a bit and it does not seem so bad, but then begins to burn more and more"explains Paul Bosland, director of the Chile Pepper Institute
It's very very hot ... for a long time ranked as the hottest in the world!
The taste is very fruity with hints of red berries and spicy medium / low
The Morita has the same characteristics of Chipotle, but is less smoked, so it remains softer and maintains a fruity taste
Spiciness of light, however, has a rich flavor with aromas of berries, cherry and licorice and a slight hint of smoke
It's lightweight, widely used in Mexican cuisine, also in combination with other chiles, maybe hottest
It goes very well with seafood
Between the Mexican variety is one of the hottest, despite its size and its appearance vaguely "harmless"