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Seeds of Chile Guajillo - Mirasol

Seeds of Chile Guajillo - Mirasol

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The guajillo chile is a variety of chile widely used in Mexican cuisine and valued for its flavor and versatility. Here you have relevant information.

Description: The guajillo chile is one of the most popular and widely used chiles in Mexican cuisine. It is a dry chili, dark red in color and shiny skin. It has an elongated and narrow shape, with a soft and meaty texture.

Flavor and level of spiciness: The guajillo chile has a sweet and smoky flavor, with fruity notes. In terms of heat, it is considered moderate in intensity, generally milder than other dried chiles such as chile de árbol or habanero chile.

Culinary Uses: The guajillo chile is a key ingredient in many traditional Mexican recipes. It is used in sauces, moles, marinades and marinades. It can also be used to flavor stews, soups, rice dishes, and other dishes. Additionally, it can be rehydrated and ground into a thick paste or sauce.

Health Benefits: Guajillo peppers contain a number of beneficial nutrients, including vitamin C, vitamin A, iron, and fiber. Additionally, chili peppers in general are believed to have antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties, and may help boost metabolism.

Preparation and storage: To use the guajillo pepper, you must first devein and remove the seeds. You can soak it in hot water to soften it before using it in recipes. For its storage, it is advisable to keep it in a cool and dry place, preferably in an airtight container.

Origin and varieties: The guajillo chile is native to Mexico and is cultivated in various regions of the country. There are different varieties of guajillo chile, some of the best known are the guajillo from San Luis Potosí, Zacatecas and Chihuahua, each with slight differences in flavor and appearance.

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