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Dried Mulato Chile Peppers
Inventory, 5 lbs : 2.72
This item was last sold on : 09/23/20
Dried Mulato chile peppers are approximately 12cm in length and 7cm in width with a slightly flattened shape. Their thin shiny skin takes on a dark drown color when they are fully ripe and later dried. They have a complex flavor profile of cocoa, licorice root, star anise cherries and coffee. Mulato’s perfect balance between sweet and spice classify them as a low to moderately hot chile pepper, averaging 2,500-3,000 heat untits on the Scoville Scale.
Dried Mulato chile peppers are available year-around.
Dried Mulato chile peppers are a variety of Capsicum annuum that are occasionally confused with another dried chile known as the Ancho. Both are made from fresh Poblanos; those meant for Ancho production are picked just as they turn red, while those intended for Mulato production are allowed to fully ripen on the plant, turning a dark brown color before they are harvested and dried. Dried Mulato chile peppers are more full-bodied and complex in flavor than their Ancho counterpart.
Dried Mulato chile peppers contain high amounts of both Vitamins C and A.
Dried Mulato chile peppers are an important ingredient in the preparation of mole, a rich, chocolaty brown, spicy sauce served with poultry or red meat. This authentic Mexican dish consists of a multitude of ingredients including the "holy trinity" of dried peppers; Mulato, Ancho and Pasilla. Dried Mulato chile peppers are perfect for rehydrating and stuffing for a baked pepper dish. They retain their deep brown color and impart a rich yet mildly sweet spice.
The fresh Poblano chile peppers that are harvested to make the Mulato chile peppers get their name from the Mexican city from which they originate, Puebla. Poblano translates to "pepper from Pueblo".
The origin of dried Mulato chile peppers can be traced back to pre-Hispanic Mexico. Today, dried Mulato chile peppers are grown in central Mexico and are an important part of the indigenous cuisine. They are less readily available than Anchos, but easily found in specialty ethnic grocery stores.
Restaurants currently purchasing this product as an ingredient for their menu.
|Red O Restaurant||San Diego CA||858-291-8360|
|Shoreside Support Boat||San Diego CA||704-277-7929|
Recipes that include Dried Mulato Chile Peppers. One is easiest, three is harder.
|Martha Stewart||Shredded Pork in Red Chili|
|Ms Glaze's Pommes d'AMour||Pumpkin Chile Mole|
|Food.com||Brendan Walsh's Ten-Chile Chili|
|Hunter Angler Gardener Cook||Venison Chili|
|Weird Combinations||Mole Rojo Classico with Shrimp|