The Chipotle Pepper

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Chipotle Pepper
Chipotle Pepper
Chipotle Pepper
Chipotle Pepper
Chipotle Pepper
Chipotle Pepper
Chipotle Pepper
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Pepper NameChipotle Pepper
Pepper Cultivar Currently Unknown
Scoville 7,500
Wikipedia SummaryA chipotle (, chi-POHT-lay; Spanish: [tʃiˈpotle]), or chilpotle, is a smoke-dried ripe jalapeño chili pepper used for seasoning. A chipotle's heat is similar to that of the Espelette pepper, jalapeño, Guajillo chili, Hungarian wax pepper, Anaheim pepper and Tabasco sauce. When they are deep red and have lost much of their moisture, they are picked to be made into chipotles.Smoking is a common technique of food preservation that provides a distinctive aroma and flavor, and is traditionally carried out in a field open-oven. This variation of the pepper tends to be smokier in taste, and are the preferred chipotle of many natives. The different forms of chipotle can be added to soups and stews, and in the braising liquid for meat.
Scoville Low5,000
Scoville High10,000
Scoville Median 7,500
LocationCountry: Mexico
Lat: 23.63 Long: -102.55
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Manufacturers Using This Pepper (39)
Recipes Using This Pepper (78)
Ingredients Used With This Pepper (193)
Peppers Used With This Pepper (58)
Date Added1 Year, 5 Months Ago
Date Last Updated9 Months, 2 Weeks Ago
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