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De Arbol Chiles at the Market

Joan (and Dan) are bringing a new batch of De Arbol chiles to the market tomorrow in San Francisco. These are the short, hot pain-inducing delights I'd mentioned earlier. You can cut them up for heat anywhere but I like to toast them briefly and then toss them into a blender. Pan roast some tomatillos, onion slices and garlic and then add it to the blender as well. Blend until smooth and you have a delicious Jalisco-style hot sauce.

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These were grown and dried right here in Northern California. I'll add them to the website, along with the starch corn and CAL, next week.

Comments

jen maiser

yay - i'm really looking forward to these.

cookiecrumb

I got some! Sam shared her bag with me and Anita. What friends are for.
(Yo, Jen.)

Steve Sando

Hope you like them. I just found a simple salsa recipe from Jalisco that I'll post soon.

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