Chipotle chiles, no matter if they are of the “morita” or “meco” variety, all come from the same plant- the jalapeño or Capsicum annuum. The jalapeño is believed to be native to Veracruz, Mexico, a location where the chipotle is a prominent part of the cuisine today. Ten pounds of fresh green jalapeños make a single pound of dried Morita chiles and a dry brownish-black red color with a lovely aroma, and wonderfully rich flavor. Use for a bit of smoky flavor in any southwestern dish or dry rubs intended for meat like beef, pork chops, or chicken.
Chipotle Morita Chile - Powder, Organic
15,000 - 35,000 SHU Medium USA