Chipotle Powder, Morita

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Brash, sexy, and bold – like Lawrence Fishburne with a hint of capsaicin.

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Chipotles are smoke-dried jalapeño peppers, with the morita variety being the most well-known (the meco/Brown Chipotle variety being the other). The morita variety of chipotle is smoked for just a few days until a leathery consistency is achieved.

When whole, their leathery exterior can be difficult to work with and rather daunting to grind into powder. We’ve taken on that task to create a brick red powder that’s smoky and bold. We like to add a sprinkle of it to corn or black bean dishes. For a fresh summer snack add a dash to watermelon or papaya along with a spritz of fresh lime juice.

Additional Info

Country of OriginMexico
Shelf Life2 years
Scoville Heat Scale10,000–23,000, 30,000–50,000
Handling / StorageTo be stored in a cool, dry place.
CuisineCajun, Caribbean, Latin American, Mexican, Southwestern American
Product StylePowder
QualitiesAll Natural, Gluten-Free, Kosher Parve, Non-GMO
Basic PreparationReady to use as is, no preparation is necessary.
Recommended ApplicationsA versatile spice, this product is perfect in corn bread, barbecue ribs, enchilada sauces, stews, chili, or spice rubs. Typically used in Southwestern Cuisine for the smoky quality, this product may also be used in poultry, meats or fall squash.
IngredientsDried chipotle chiles.


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