Mexican Chile Powder

Our easy-to-use chile powders bring the heat and flavors of Mexican chile peppers to your table with just the twist of a jar lid. Create great mid-week meals with spicy Mexican flair—toss chipotle morita powder on your tacos for a fun burst of smoky, fruity heat, and liven up your fajita with a sprinkle of sparkling, ground red serrano. And when you’re ready for the fully authentic Mexican chile experience, we’ve got whole dried chiles for you to work with! We can help you find what you’re looking for at our Ultimate Guide to Mexican Spices. Are you ready to cook? We've got you covered; here's the recipes we've tested featuring our array of Mexican spices and herbs. Let's go!

Ancho Chile Powder
Ancho Chile Powder
Ancho Chile Powder (pronounced "AHN-cho"), Capsicum annum, is also called ancho chili powder, ancho powder, or chile ancho powder.
Chipotle Meco Chile Powder
Chipotle Meco Chile Powder
Chipotle, pronounced "chi-POHT-lay," comes from the Nahuatl words "chilpoctli" or "xipoctli" meaning "smoked chile pepper." The Nahuatl language is what the Aztecs spoke, a group of South America
Chipotle Morita Chile Powder
Chipotle Morita Chile Powder
Chipotle Morita Powder, Capsicum annum, is also called dried chipotle powder, chipotle powder, or smoked chipotle powder.
De Arbol Chile Powder
De Arbol Chile Powder
While not as popular as some of the other Mexican chiles the de Arbol is rarely found fresh.
Guajillo Chile Powder
Guajillo Chile Powder
Guajillo chiles, Capsicum annuum, are the dried version of the Mirasol chile.
Habanero Chile Powder
Habanero Chile Powder
The habanero chile (Capsicum chinense) is one of the most intensely hot, spicy chile peppers that you will come across.
Jalapeno Powder
Jalapeno Powder
Jalapeno Powder (pronounced "ha-lay-pain-yo"), Capsicum annuum, is also called jalapeno chili powder, jalapeno pepper powder, or ground jalapeno pepper.
Organic Ancho Chile Powder
Organic Ancho Chile Powder
Pronounced "Ahn-cho", the ancho chile pepper is the most widely used dried chile in authentic Mexican cuisine.
Organic Chipotle Morita Chile Powder
Organic Chipotle Morita Chile Powder
Chipotle chiles, no matter if they are of the "morita" or "meco" variety, all come from the same plant- the jalapeno or Capsicum annuum.
Organic Green Jalapeno Chile Powder
Organic Green Jalapeno Chile Powder
Jalapeno, Capsicum annuum, is widely considered to be the most recognized chile in the US. Pronounced "ha lay pain yo", this chile is native to Mexico.
Organic Pasilla Negro Chile Powder
Organic Pasilla Negro Chile Powder
Pasilla Chiles, Capsicum annuum, are indigenous to Central Mexico.
Pasilla Negro Chile Powder
Pasilla Negro Chile Powder
Pronounced "pah-SEE-yah" the word Pasilla is derived from the word "Pasa" which translates to "little black raisin".
Smoked Red Serrano Chile Powder
Smoked Red Serrano Chile Powder
Pronounced "suh rah noh" these workhorse chiles are a member of the species Capsicum annuum.
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