Ancho

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Typically referred to as Ancho when dried and Poblano when fresh. Shiny, 4″ heart shaped fruits are used extensively for chile rellenos. Poblano hot peppers are a great all-purpose cooking pepper, with a fantastic rich taste.

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Ancho Chili Pepper History

Ancho Chili Pepper. Poblano hot peppers are a great all-purpose cooking pepper, with a fantastic rich taste. Mildly hot, distinctive rich taste. Fruits ripen from dark green to deep red.

Growing Ancho Poblano Pepper

Peppers like warmth, so wait to plant until nighttime temperatures have consistently reached 60 degrees and all danger of frost has passed. If possible, set out your peppers on a cloudy day to help reduce stress on the plants. Space the plants 12 to 20 inches apart, depending on the mature size of the variety, and set them a bit deeper than they were in their containers. Avoid adding too much nitrogen to the soil, however. Excessive nitrogen can cause the pepper plants to grow too fast, making them more susceptible to disease and less productive. Check the peppers often during periods of extreme heat and drought, when each plant can easily take a gallon of water a day.

Preserving And Storing Ancho Pepper Plant

This tomato salsa canning recipe is packed with tomatoes, peppers, onions, and just enough spicy tingle to tickle your taste buds. Open a jar any time and enjoy with tortilla chips or with your favorite Mexican inspired meals.

Ancho Pepper Recipe

Ancho chiles are the key here.  They have a rich, complex flavor that makes them the default chili in red enchilada sauces.

Pepper Nutrition

Poblano peppers are rich in fiber, vitamins A and C, and several other nutrients. While there’s no substantial research on the health effects of eating poblanos specifically, studies on the compounds in these peppers suggest that they may have anticancer effects, help fight inflammation, and even boost immunity.

Other Pepper Varieties Worth Checking Out

Pepperoncini Pepperoncini – This is the famous pepper of salad bars and sub shops, but for some reason it’s hard to find seed.

Serrano Pepper The Serrano Pepper is A medium heat chili pepper from the mountain regions in Mexico, around Hidalgo and Puebla. (We love of it for chili!) 85 days.

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