Use La Costena chipotle peppers in adobo sauce to add big smoky warmth to Mexican dishes. Plump jalapeños are slowly smoked to mellow out their heat and give them smoky depth.
Here, they are canned in adobo sauce – a tomato sauce with vinegar and spices – making the chipotles a versatile ingredient.
Try roughly chopping the chipotles and adding to a Mexican meat stew, use a whole chipotle to top a Mexican-inspired burger, or even add a smoky twist to a homemade tomato ketchup.
Ingredients: water, chipotle peppers, onion, vinegar, tomato paste, iodized salt, dried peppers, sugar, soybean oil and spices.
May contain Wheat
Allergy advice: for allergens see ingredients in bold.
Storage: once opened, refrigerate and use within 3 days.
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What are chipotle peppers?
Chipotle peppers are a smoky, dried variety of jalapeño peppers.
What is an adobo sauce?
Adobo sauce is a blend of tomatoes, vinegar and ground dried chillies. It’s deep red in colour with an earthy, spicy taste. Adobo sauce is a popular condiment and marinade in Mexican and Spanish cooking.
How spicy is this?
To make these chipotle peppers in adobo sauce, jalapeños are slowly smoked to mellow out their heat and give them smoky depth. The result is a smoky blend, rather than a spicy blend.