• Chile Mulato

    Sometimes incorrectly referred to as the Pasilla, the Mulato is actually a type of dried Poblano. A bit smokier than the Ancho but without the depth of flavor.

    Like the ancho, the Mulato is a type of dried poblano, and combined with the ancho and negro chiles, the mulato is an essential ingredient in making the classic mole sauce. 

  • Chile Cascabel

    Chile Cascabel looks like a reddish-brown bell and rattles (its name literally means “rattle”) when you shake it. This chile is a favorite for sauces and soups.


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