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Dried Morita Chipotle Pepper Smokey Flavor Chile Kosher (4oz.)


Dried Morita Chipotle Pepper Smokey Flavor Chile Kosher (4oz.) by Burma Spice at Salt Maker. Hurry! Limited time offer. Offer valid only while supplies last. Chipotle comes from the Nahuatl word 'chilpoctli' with 'chil' meaning chile pepper and 'poctli' meaning smoked. 'Morita' means 'small blackberry' in


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Product Description & Reviews

Chipotle comes from the Nahuatl word 'chilpoctli' with 'chil' meaning chile pepper and 'poctli' meaning smoked. 'Morita' means 'small blackberry' in Spanish. The Morita Chipotle is smoked jalapeños that have ripened on the vine to a red color.

Once harvested, the ripe chiles are smoked over a period of several days with wood smoke in a hot environment. The chiles are stirred at regular intervals to ensure proper exposure to the wood smoke. The red jalapeño changed color to a dark red, almost purple. The best moritas are pliable with a rich smoky taste. While hot, they have an undercurrent of sweetness most reminiscent of berries.

Chipotle chiles are used most commonly in salsas, stews and soups. As the American taste palette is growing, people are finding ingenious and innovative ways of using this smoky, sweet chile.

Our Morita Chipotle peppers are grown in New Mexico, where some of our favorite peppers are grown to full potential.

Features & Highlights

  • STEMLESS : Morita Chipotle Pepper : We suggest toasting your chilies in a hot skillet until fragrant which shouldn't take very long. Then rinse them off with warm water. Lastly, we suggest soaking them in hot water for about ten minutes, just in order to rehydrate them a bit. Once they are rehydrated, you can cut them and add them to your recipe as desired.
  • Medium Heat: 12,000-26,000 SHU (Scoville Heat Units) : Sweet, Smoky-Fruity Flavor
  • 100% PURE - We never add preservatives or fillers to our spices : 100% SATISFACTION - All Burma Spice products come with a 100% money back guarantee. Give us a try. You'll love the flavor of our 100% pure spice.
  • KOSHER CERTIFIED by ORB
  • RESEALABLE STAND-UP POUCHES: Hand selected and packed in our gourmet spice shop in these handy wide mouth resealable air-tight stand-up pouches.

Additional Information

Brand:
Burma Spice
Manufacturer:
Burma Spice
Category:
Chipotle
Color:
Dark Purplish-red
Size:
4oz.
Publisher:
Burma Spice
Binding:
Misc.
Package Weight:
0.2 pounds
Package Size:
5.51 x 2.2 x 9.02 inches

 


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