Williams-Sonoma New Mexico Chili Powder

Also known as the Chile Colorado, the New Mexico chili pepper is known for its sweet, earthy flavor and subtle, spicy heat. Our versatile chili powder captures the rich character of these prized peppers, making it easy to add distinctive flavor to everything from classic red chili sauces to your signature chili con carne. A robust, mildly hot chili powder with a complex earthy sweetness. An essential ingredient in traditional Southwestern red chili sauces. Adds character and complexity to a variety of Mexican and Southwestern dishes, including tacos, burritos, fajitas, quesadillas and chili. Whole chilies are naturally dried for ten days, then freshly ground to ensure peerless flavor and aroma. This premium, all-natural spice is sourced from New Mexico by a family-owned artisanal spice company in Northern California's Napa Valley. 1.7 oz. Product of USA.
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Review 1 for Williams-Sonoma New Mexico Chili Powder
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DALEX
,Santa Fe
,NM
July 25, 2013
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Thank God it's back!
July 25, 2013
This chili powder is so good that when they discontinued it last fall, I called stores in neighboring states and bought their entire supply. I'm so happy to see it return!
Review 2 for Williams-Sonoma New Mexico Chili Powder
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Kelinore
Ohio
October 7, 2010
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Great Flavor
October 7, 2010
I've been the type to think that a chili pepper is a chili pepper, that is until I tried this NM Chili powder. It has such a woodsy/smoky taste to it, and not nearly as spicy as a regular red chili powder. Many Bobby Flay recipes call for this, and now I can see why. This is a must for any serious southwestern chef!