Like our first-born, the oo’mämē Mexican Chile Infusion marries the earthy flavors of chiles, Mexican in this case, with umami to bring out both heat and an unctuous savory profile. We combine several indigenous chiles, like ancho and guajillo, along with pepitas, adding dried mango and orange peel. Olé. We present a bright and bold addition to anything you might whip up in the kitchen. This combo will make your taste buds stand up and take note.
If you thought you knew authentic Mexican cuisine but have yet to cross the border - por favor – consider the food of the colorful colonial city of Oaxaca de Juárez, the capital of the state of Oaxaca. You will quickly realize what you have been missing. Crowned by most to be the culinary capital of the country, Oaxaca is a melting pot of sixteen indigenous groups. So whether you shop for rugs from a Zapotec weaver, enjoy a tipple of artisanal mescal, or stroll the markets past the stalls of smoky chipotles, you can’t help but find yourself settling into a pace, rhythm and lifestyle that is transporting. Nowhere is food more integral to that lifestyle than here.
Chipotles, both Morita and Meco, are quintessential mainstays of Mexican cuisine. Many know that chipotles are smoked ripe jalapenos, but when visiting a place like Oaxaca with its rich ancestral heritage, you can really start to see the impact of centuries of history on culinary tradition. In order to preserve the fresh chile in a time without refrigeration, the Mesoamericans pre-dating the Aztecs smoked them to a leathery brown suppleness. Though the technique is pre-Aztec, the word chipotle itself can be traced to Nahuatl (Aztec) word chilpoctli meaning smoked chile. We have taken many of these indigenous and authentic ingredients of Mexican cuisine and concentrated their essence into a single source that will elevate any dish to something quite extraordinary. Let our hard work simplify your meal prep.
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Mexican Chile Crisp — 2-Pack