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Dried New Mexico Peppers

As seen in Rachel Ray magazine! 

In the May 2014 issue of Every Day with Rachael Ray Magazine, Celebrity chef Aarón Sanchez chooses Dried New Mexico Chiles as one of this top supermarket picks to create south-of-the-border flavors!

 

Dried New Mexico chiles are dried red Anaheim-type and New Mexico-style chile peppers. You will often see this type of chile hung on decorative strings, or ristras, in the Southwestern United States. Available in both hot and mild forms, these popular chiles are typically rehydrated, then pureed with liquid, and used to make chile sauces and spicy stews. The heat typically ranges from 2 (mild variety) to 4 (hot variety) out of 10 on the chile heat scale.

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