Dried Chilies 

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    The arbol chile is a long, slender and hot pepper, and commonly used in Mexican salsas. Just crush a few and add to soups, Mexican food dishes, sauces, or add a little water, or beer to rehydrate the chilis and us them in place of fresh peppers. Weight: 4 oz. Pieces: Whole pepper pod Package: Plastic bag Scoville Units: 15,000 - 30,000 (hot)

    $7.45
  • $11.03
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    The arbol chile is a long, slender and hot pepper, and commonly used in Mexican salsas. Just crush a few and add to soups, Mexican food dishes, sauces, or add a little water, or beer to rehydrate the chilis and us them in place of fresh peppers. Weight: 8 oz. Pieces: Whole pepper pod Package: Plastic bag Scoville Units: 15,000 - 30,000 (hot)

    $11.03
  • $17.99
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    The arbol chile is a long, slender and hot pepper, and commonly used in Mexican salsas. Just crush a few and add to soups, Mexican food dishes, sauces, or add a little water, or beer to rehydrate the chilis and us them in place of fresh peppers. Weight: 1 Lb. (16 oz.) Pieces: Whole pepper pod Package: Plastic bag Scoville Units: 15,000 - 30,000 (hot)

    $17.99
  • $16.68
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    India grows the world's hottest pepper called Ghost Chili or "Bhut Jolokia". The Guinness World Records crowned the Ghost pepper as the world's spiciest chile in 2007. Weight: 4 oz. Pieces: Whole pepper pod Package: Plastic bag Scoville Units: 1,041,427 (super hot)

    $16.68
  • $28.76
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    India grows the world's hottest pepper called Ghost Chili or "Bhut Jolokia". The Guinness World Records crowned the Ghost pepper as the world's spiciest chile in 2007. Weight: 8 oz. Pieces: Whole pepper pod Package: Plastic bag Scoville Units: 1,041,427 (super hot)

    $28.76
  • $53.09
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    India grows the world's hottest pepper called Ghost Chili or "Bhut Jolokia". The Guinness World Records crowned the Ghost pepper as the world's spiciest chile in 2007. Weight: 1 Lb. (16 oz.) Pieces: Whole pepper pod Package: Cellophane bag Scoville Units: 1,041,427 (super hot)

    $53.09
  • $8.61
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    The Guajillo Chile Pepper is the most common chile in Mexico after the Ancho.The Guajillo Chili is a relative of the pulla pepper. They are a little piney and tannic, with a sweet heat. Used in salsas, sauces, soups, and stews. Weight: 4 oz. Pieces: Whole Pods Package: Plastic bag Scoville Units: 2,500 - 5,000 (medium)

    $8.61
  • $12.29
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    The Guajillo Chile Pepper is the most common chile in Mexico after the Ancho.The Guajillo Chili is a relative of the pulla pepper. They are a little piney and tannic, with a sweet heat. Used in salsas, sauces, soups, and stews. Weight: 8 oz. Pieces: Whole Pods Package: Plastic bag Scoville Units: 2,500 - 5,000 (medium)

    $12.29
  • $18.44
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    The Guajillo Chile Pepper is the most common chile in Mexico after the Ancho.The Guajillo Chili is a relative of the pulla pepper. They are a little piney and tannic, with a sweet heat. Used in salsas, sauces, soups, and stews. Weight: 1 Lb. (16 oz.) Pieces: Whole Pods Package: Plastic bag Scoville Units: 2,500 - 5,000 (medium)

    $18.44
  • $7.72
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    Japones Chile is a small, pointed chile, 2 inches long and 1/2 inch wide. This chile is similar in appearance to the De Arbol. Though the walls of the Japones are thicker. Dried Japones Chiles are medium hot and good with Asian dishes. Weight: 4 oz. Pieces: Whole Pods Package: Plastic bag Scoville Units: 15,000 - 35,000 (hot)

    $7.72
  • $11.03
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    Japones Chile is a small, pointed chile, 2 inches long and 1/2 inch wide. This chile is similar in appearance to the De Arbol. Though the walls of the Japones are thicker. Dried Japones Chiles are medium hot and good with Asian dishes. Weight: 8 oz. Pieces: Whole Pods Package: Plastic bag Scoville Units: 15,000 - 35,000 (hot)

    $11.03
  • $6.84
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    Native to Mexico Pasilla Chiles are also known as chile negro or Pasilla negro and are actually the dried version of the Chilaca Chiles which are dark green chilies that pack a similar heat to the Poblanos pepper. These long, thin chile peppers are Weight: 4 oz. Pieces: Whole Pods Package: Plastic bag Scoville Units: 1,000 - 2,000 (mild)

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  • $11.20
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    Native to Mexico Pasilla Chiles are also known as chile negro or Pasilla negro and are actually the dried version of the Chilaca Chiles which are dark green chilies that pack a similar heat to the Poblanos pepper. These long, thin chile peppers are Weight: 8 oz. Pieces: Whole Pods Package: Plastic bag Scoville Units: 1,000 - 2,000 (mild)

    $11.20
  • $11.23
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    A flash fire would be the best term to describe the heat of chili pequin. This tasty chili is the ancestor of most chili varieties out there, from jalapenos to sweet bell peppers. Weight: 4 oz. Pieces: Whole Pods Package: Plastic bag Scoville Units: 75,000 - 100,000 (hot)

    $11.23
  • $18.72
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    A flash fire would be the best term to describe the heat of chili pequin. This tasty chili is the ancestor of most chili varieties out there, from jalapenos to sweet bell peppers. Weight: 8 oz. Pieces: Whole Pods Package: Plastic bag Scoville Units: 75,000 - 100,000 (hot)

    $18.72
  • $17.99
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    Japones Chile is a small, pointed chile, 2 inches long and 1/2 inch wide. This chile is similar in appearance to the De Arbol. Though the walls of the Japones are thicker. Dried Japones Chiles are medium hot and good with Asian dishes. Weight: 1 Lb. (16 oz.) Pieces: Whole Pods Package: Plastic bag Scoville Units: 15,000 - 35,000 (hot)

    $17.99

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"Good specimens. Rehydrated nicely. Tasted good. Not as good as fresh, But if you can't find fresh, This works well."

chuff425, May 31, 2013

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