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Pasilla Negro Whole Dried Chile

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Pasilla Negro Whole Dried Chile. Often referred to simply as chile Pasilla or Pasilla Negro, this extremely long and wrinkled pod is black in color.  In Spanish, Pasa mean raisin.  Chile Negro means black chile.  The gentle full bodied flavor of the Chile Negro is invaluable for making sauces and mole.

Manufactured by Los Chileros


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