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Dried California Chile Peppers
Inventory, 5 lbs : 4.80
This item was last sold on : 05/21/13
Dried California peppers are typically available throughout the year.
Anaheims are the California produce industry's name for the New Mexican pod type. When Anaheim chiles turn red and are dried, they are called California chiles. These peppers measure between 5"-6" in length. California chiles are mild in comparison to other chiles. Dried California chiles are a shiny dark red. This mild to hot flavored chile may be sold fresh, but it is also available roasted, dried, or canned. Typically, when Anaheim peppers are canned they are labeled as "green chiles". They're mildly pungent, ranging on average from 2 to 3 out of 10 on the Scoville heat scale.
Dried California chiles are rich in vitamin A.
Use for mild Red enchilada sauce, in the Red sauce for a tamale filling, or in stews and soups. Dry in a 300-degree oven, remove stem, seeds, and veins, and grind into powder to flavor sauces, stews, chili,and create spice rubs for proteins. Dried California chiles are used as compliments in vegetable dishes, breakfast burritos, and egg dishes.
Anaheim chiles were first produced by Dr. Fabian Garcia in the early 1900s in New Mexico, while seeking a pepper that was bigger, juicier, and softer than those varieties available in New Mexico. A farmer by the name of Emilio Ortega, brought the seeds to Anaheim, California and began cultivating them in this area. As fresh Anaheim chiles, these were named for their original growing region in Anaheim, California.
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Recipes that include Dried California Chile Peppers. One is easiest, three is harder.