Jalapeño Chile Powder
Native to Mexico, jalapenos were named after Jalapa, the capital city of Veracruz. Although they are still grown in Mexico where they are also known as huachinangos and chiles gordos, they are cultivated in Texas and the southwest United States. This dark green pepper with a fruity, yet spicy hot flavor is about 4 or 5 on heat scale of 1 to 10.
We carry two dehydrated cuts, ground jalapeno and diced. Use ground jalapeno in chili, sauces and salsa. Try these anywhere you’d like a little extra kick!
Flavor of Jalapeño Chile Powder
This dark green pepper is fruity with medium hot heat (4 or 5 on scale of 1 to 10) and pairs well with most spices.
Uses of Jalapeño Chile Powder
Add to sauces, salsas, chili, cornbread, and taco meat. Try in dips and bloody marys. Use anywhere you'd like to add some heat.
Jalapeño Chile Powder Recipe
For 5-6 T of mix: Blend 2 T kosher salt with 2 t jalapeno powder, dried garlic, and onion, 1 t pepper, 1/2 t Mexican oregano, ground rosemary, and fennel