Whole Dried Chiles

Chileheads, welcome home. If you’re looking for a wide selection of whole chiles of all shapes, sizes, and heat levels, you’ve come to the right place. Whole dried chiles are the right choice for cooks looking for the most control possible in their ingredients. They’re easy to store, and deliver the fullest version of an individual pepper’s distinctive flavor. Versatile whole chiles can be toasted and ground into powder, or rehydrated and turned to potent paste, sliced and diced into salsa, or even—depending on the chile—stuffed and roasted. We have chiles from around the world available, and don’t forget to check out our array of Chile Flakes and Chile Powders, too!

African Bird's Eye Chiles
African Bird's Eye Chiles
African Bird’s Eye Chiles, Capsicum frutescens, may also be called birds eye chili, dried bird eye chili, or birds eye chilli.
Aji Amarillo Chiles
Aji Amarillo Chiles
"Aji" means chile pepper in Spanish, and "amarillo" means yellow. While these are called "yellow chile peppers", they actually mature to a deep orange color.
Aji Panca Chile
Aji Panca Chile
Pronounced "ah-hee pahn-ka", the Aji Panca chile is the second most popular chile in Peruvian cuisine behind the better known Aji Amarillo Chil
Aji Paprika Chiles
Aji Paprika Chiles
Aji Paprika Chile (pronounced AH-hee pa-PREE-ka), Capsicum annuum, is a mild chile that’s also called red pepper, chile paprika, or paprika peppers.
Anaheim Chiles
Anaheim Chiles
California Chile, Capsicum annuum, are also called California peppers, chile California seco, and Anaheim chile.
Ancho Chile
Ancho Chile
Ancho Chiles (pronounced "AHN-cho"), Capsicum annuum, are also referred to as chile ancho, ancho chili, and ancho pepper.
Byadgi Chiles
Byadgi Chile
From the Capsicum annuum type of chiles, Byadgi Chiles are an extremely popular chile with a flavor that is fruity and earthy.
Calabrian Chiles
Calabrian Chiles
With ruby-red flesh that gets crispy and wrinkled during drying, our Calabrian Chiles (pronounced "ka-LAH-bree-an CHILL-ees")  offer playful heat and a surprising depth of flavor.
Cascabel Chiles
Cascabel Chiles
Cascabel (KAS-ka-bell) chiles, Capsicum annuum, are also called cascabel pepper, cascabel chili, or chile cascabel.
Chiltepin Chiles
Chiltepin Chiles
Chiltepin (CHIL-teh-pin) chiles, Capsicum annuum, are also known as chile chiltepin, chile tepin, or just chiltepin. In Mexico these are often called arrebatado.
Chipotle Meco Chiles
Chipotle Meco Chiles
Chipotle Morita chiles (pronounced "chi-POHT-lay MEH-co"), Capsicum annuum, are also called meco chipotle, chili ahumado, chile típico, or chile meco.
Chipotle Morita Chiles
Chipotle Morita Chiles
Chipotle Morita chiles (pronounced "chi-POHT-lay"), Capsicum annuum, are also called blackberry chile, chipotle colorado, mora chile, or morita pepper.
Choricero Chiles
Choricero Chiles
Dried Choricero Peppers (cho-ree-SER-oh), Capsicum annuum, are a beloved ingredient in Spain, particularly
Costeno Rojo Chiles
Costeno Rojo Chiles
Costeno Chile (pronounced “co-stain-yo”), Capsicum annuum, is also called chile Costeno, chili Costeno, or Costeno Pepper.
Criolla Sella Chiles
Criolla Sella Chiles
Criolla Sella (Spanish pronunciation: cree-YO-yo SEH-ya) chiles, Capsicum baccatum, are indigenous peppers that come from the Andes Mountains in Bolivia.
De Arbol Chiles
De Arbol Chiles
De Arbol Chiles (pronounced “day AR-bowl”), Capsicum annuum, is also known as chile de Arbol, de Arbol peppers, pico de pajaro, which means "bird beak", or cola de rata, "rat ta
Dried Nora Chiles
Dried Nora Chiles
Nora Pepper (pronounced "NOR-a"), Capsicum annuum, are also called nyora peppers, nora chiles, or nora spice.
Ghost Chile
Ghost Chile
The Ghost Chile (or Bhut Jolokia) has been one of the most requested products from our customers over the last 6 months.
Guajillo Chile
Guajillo Chile
Guajillo Chiles (pronounced "wa-HEE-yo”), Capsicum annuum, are the dried version of the Mirasol chile.
Guntur Sannam Chile
Guntur Sannam Chile
Guntur Sannam Chiles, Capsicum annuum, are slender, bright red chiles from the Andhra Pradesh state of southeastern India.
Habanero Chiles
Habanero Chiles
Habanero (ha-ba-NEH-ro) chiles, Capsicum chinense, are also known as chile habanero or habanero peppers. These peppers are called by the same name whether they are fresh or dried.
Hatch New Mexico Chiles
Hatch New Mexico Chiles
New Mexico Chiles, Capsicum Annuum, are a chile grown in New Mexico. They may also be called Hatch chile or red chile.
Japones Chiles
Japones Chiles
Japones Peppers (pronounced ha-po-NAYS), Capsicum annum, are also called hontaka, santaka, and Oriental chile peppers.
Kashmiri Chiles
Kashmiri Peppers
Kashmiri (kash-MEE-ree) peppers, Capsicum annuum, are also known as Kashmiri red chilis, Kashmiri chiles, or Kashmiri lal mirch.
Malagueta Chiles
Malagueta Chiles
Malagueta Peppers (pronounced "ma-la-GWAY-ta"), or Malagueta Chiles, Capsicum frutescens, are small, golden-red chiles that are staples in Brazilian and Portuguese cuisine.
Mulato Chiles
Mulato Chiles
Mulato chiles (mu-LAH-to), Capsicum annuum, are also called is also called chile mulato, mulato peppers, or mulato chili.
Organic Anaheim Chiles
Organic Anaheim Chiles
Anaheim Chiles, also called Anaheim Peppers, California Chile Peppers, Chile Pasado, or Chile Seco del Norte, are scientifically classified as Capsicum annuum and they are grown in Calif
Organic Chipotle Morita Chiles
Organic Chipotle Morita Chiles
Pronounced "chi-POHT-lay," the Chipotle chile is indigenous to Mexico and they've become nearly synonymous with the umbrella term "chile" here in the United States.
Organic New Mexico Chiles
Organic New Mexico Chiles
Organic New Mexico Chiles, Capsicum Annuum, may also be called organic dried chili peppers, New Mexican chiles, or organic dried chiles.
Organic Pasilla Negro Chiles
Organic Pasilla Negro Chiles
These chiles are indigenous to Central Mexico, and scientifically they are called Capsicum annuum. This is one third of the "holy trinity" of Mexican chiles used in Mexican moles.
Pasilla de Oaxaca Chiles
Pasilla de Oaxaca Chiles
Pasilla de Oaxaca Chiles (pronounced "pah-SEE-yah day wa-HAAK-kah"), Capsicum annuum, are also called pasilla Mixe (pronounced “MEE-hay”), chile de Oaxaca, or Oaxacan pasilla.
Pasilla Negro Chiles
Pasilla Negro Chiles
Pasilla Negro chiles (pronounced "pah-SEE-yah"), Capsicum annuum, are also referred to as Pasilla, chile negro, chile pasilla de Mexico, Mexican negro or pasilla
Pequin Chiles
Pequin Chiles
Pequin chile pepper (pronounced “puh-KEEN”), Capsicum annuum, are also called pequin pepper, chili pequin, or just pequin.
Puya Chiles
Puya Chiles
Puya (pronounced PU-yah), botanically classified as Capsicum annuum, are also called chile puya, chile pulla, or puya peppers.
Scorpion Chiles
Scorpion Chiles
There are hot chiles and then there are chiles that are so hot they require a sort of love of pain to consume them.
Scotch Bonnet Chiles
Scotch Bonnet Chiles
Scotch Bonnet Chiles, Capsicum chinense, are one of the highlights of Jamaican cuisine.
Smoked Red Serrano Chiles
Smoked Red Serrano Chiles
Serrano (ser-AH-no) chiles, Capsicum annuum, are also known as also called smoked Serrano peppers, dried Serrano, or red Serrano pepper.
Thai Bird Chiles
Thai Bird Chiles
Thai Bird Chiles, Capsicum annuum, are also called bird chiles, Thai chiles, or Thai chili peppers. There are approximately 55 chiles per ounce.  
Tien Tsin Chiles
Tien Tsin Chiles
Tien Tsin Peppers (pronounced "tea-in sin"), Capsicum annuum, are also called Chinese red pepper, Chinese hot pepper, Tianjin pepper or chao tian jiao (which translates to "facing heaven
Wiri Wiri Chiles
Wiri Wiri Chiles
Wiri Wiri Chiles, pronounced "weer ee", are one of the harder to find chile peppers, and at approximately 1/2" in diameter they have a cherry or berry like appearance.
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