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Ancho powder

Ground, dried ancho chiles. Ancho powder is a nice mild to moderately hot chile powder. Purchase pure powder without addittives or preservatives for best flavor. Use in sauces, soups, stews, chili.
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Substitute for ancho powder

New Mexico chile powder (mild) Guajillo powder (hotter)


  =   1 tablespoon = 1/4 oz


Ground, dried ancho chiles


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