From smoky to earthy, to mild and fruity, you can use these chili powders in a hearty breakfast or a decadent chocolate dessert.
Ancho Chilli Powder
Mild heat, but intense taste. Fruity and sweet, with a distinctive flavor that makes it unmistakenly "ancho." Ancho chili comes from ripe and dried poblano peppers. Try it in rubs and chocolate desserts.
Chipotle Chilli Powder
Smoky, spicy, and earthy. An essential ingredient in Mexican cooking, it comes from dried and smoked jalepeño peppers. Try it in marinades, sauces, and chilis.
Mild, sweet, and smoky. Made from paprika peppers smoked over an oak fire. Versatile, pairing well with other spices, or use it on its own as a rub. Perfect for braises, grilled meats, and marinades.