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Dried Chilis

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How do you use them in cooking? Can you make your own chili powder? What ratios do you use? Any thing else I can use them for besides making chili?
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I use dried ancho for chili. Blend it in a processor with the stems off. I add the other seasonings and a bit of chicken stock to make a chili paste
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>>8491895
>dried chili chart
>only has a few chilis from Mexico
What is it with hipsters and bad charts?
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>>8492132
Make your own chart.
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>Can you make your own chili powder?
Yes. It's not hard. All you need to do is remove the seeds from the dried pods and put them in a food processor or use a mortar and pestle.

Although I usually don't use chili powder to make things. For a couple of years, I've lived in New Mexico, and people seem to either make chili sauce out of powder, or by boiling the pods (it's an easy procedure: boil the chili pods until they're soft, then put them in a blender and add enough of the water so that the texture is right). I was taught the boiling method, so I usually do that. I also don't know shit about chili ratios because all anyone uses near me is New Mexican red chilis; .

>Any thing else I can use them for besides making chili?
Pretty much anything Mexican-ish. And as a topping for dishes you think they'd work with. Mot people here just make up a big batch and use it on everything until they run out.
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>>8492163
remove stems and seeds.
toast on a comal or cast iron skillet (though, I've found 15 seconds or so in the microwave does a good job). soak in water or stock until soft. Blend.
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I have previously-dried chilis fermenting into chili sauce right now!
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>>8492256
if you are the anon that started the fermented peppers/hot sauce thread back in the fall, you should make more threads about that and your work
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