Chipotle Morita Chile Peppers$9.99
Morita Chile Peppers are similar to the Chipotle. However, it's not as common to the Chipotle, especially outside Latin countries. Because of how Morita Chile peppers are processed, they come with a more "fruity" and smoky flavor profile. In Latin countries, it's the preferred chile for making dry salsa, or also known as Salsa Seca.
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- Chipotle Morita Peppers Are A Key Ingredient That Imparts A Relatively Mild But Earthy Spiciness To Many Dishes In Mexican Cuisine. The Chiles Are Used To Make Various Salsas Which Are Used To Season A Wide Variety Of Dishes.
- Chipotle Morita Chiles are considered a medium heat chile and come in at 5 000 to 10,000
Uses For Chipotle Peppers
Morita Chile peppers are also popularly used for meats that have high-fat content. It's also commonly added to braised dishes.
Morita Chile Peppers may come in its after-smoked state or in powder form. If using it in it's after-smoked state; you can either mix it to the dish as it is, or you can slice it into smaller pieces.
If you have Morita Chile pepper in powder form, then it can be used like the way you use a pepper powder.
Morita Chile Peppers are typically made from Capsicum Annum, the same vegetable used for making Chipotle. The main difference with Morita Chile Peppers from the Chipotle is its smoking time is much shorter. It's the reason why Morita Chile peppers are softer and contain more of its fruity flavor.
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