Chiles, Whole Pasilla Negro

Pasillas are one of the most popular chilies in Mexico, teaming up with ancho and mulato to form the “holy trinity” used for moles. Fairly mild, with an earthy, raisiny flavor and deep purple color, these peppers are a lovely addition to chili, salsa, and slow-cooked meats.
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These flavorful chile Pasilla peppers clock in at 3-5 heat level, on a scale of 10. For a delicious pepper puree that can be stirred into soups and sauces, toast peppers in a dry pan for a few minutes, then soak in warm water and puree until smooth. Thin the puree with vinegar if desired.

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