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Chipotle peppers are a smokey, firey chili pepper made by smoking jalapeno peppers
. They are a great addition to many Mexican and Southwestern dishes, including salsas, spice rubs, BBQ sauces and hot sauces.
For a more mild version of the smokiness of chipotle peppers you can also try using ancho peppers
Explore more about chipotle peppers
and their uses, as well as how to make your own chipotle pepper hot sauce and chipotle pepper BBQ sauces. We also provide directions for smoking jalapenos to make your own chipotle peppers and also a recipe for homemade chipotle peppers in adobo sauce.
Chipotle Pepper Information
Chipotle Peppers take many forms from chipotle pepper powder to chipotle peppers in adobo and each one can be used effectively in many dishes.
There's nothing better than making hot sauce at home. Here's our chipotle hot sauce recipe so you can make chipotle hot sauce of your own.
Store-bought chipotles are full of flavor but nothing beats making your own. Learn how to easily smoke your own chipotles at home.
Making chipotle puree at home is quick and easy and is a great way to get chipotle taste spread throughout dishes. Chipotle puree is also easy to store for long periods of time.
A great way to preserve chipotle peppers and to enhance their flavor is to store them in adobo sauce. Making homemade chipotle peppers in adobo sauce is very easy with our recipe.
It's easy to make your own fantastic chipotle BBQ sauce. We'll walk you through the simple steps so you can have fresh BBQ sauce whenever you want.
Chipotle peppers are a great way to add some heat to dressings for salads or meat. Here are several chipotle dressing recipes.
Storing chipotle peppers and adobo sauce correctly is important to maintain their full flavor. Here's a few methods you can use.
Chipotle peppers, as well as all chili peppers, are made hot from the capsaicin stored in them. Here's how to reduce the burn and some other uses.
If you need more chipotle information here's some books, products, websites and articles all about chipotles.
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