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The Pantry Quiz #14

Chile pepper

Fill in the blank

A chipotle pepper is a smoked, dried green jalapeño.

A morita pepper is a smoked, dried red jalapeño.

An ancho chile pepper is a smoked, dried _______.


Please leave your answer in the comments, and let us know whether you have this ingredient in your pantry.

[Last week's answer: Crystallized ginger is not a typical ingredient in gingerbread cookies, though it's really good in gingerbread.]

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Poblano. And, yes, I DO have some. I seem to collect dried peppers...

Just learned something new. Poblano peppers. And we grew these last summer.If we do again I will have to try to dry some out. Ours were pretty HOT from the drought so wondering how hot they will be when dried out. Sounds intriguing.

Poblano? I have them...

Poblano! And I had them in my garden this year. So glad I finally know one.

"my favorite" - oh wait you meant what kind of pepper... "poblano!"

Poblano. I use them in my salsa as they are not too hot.

is a Poblano chile

...poblano. I currently have only dried ancho powder.

poblano chile. Quite a tasteful one!

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