Common Name: Ancho
Proper Name: Poblano (dried)
Type: Capsicum Annuum
Seed Availablity: Impossible*
Scoville Heat Units: 500 – 2K SHU
Sauce Strength Rating**: Mild – 1/11
Colour: Brown to black.
Dry Flavour: Rich, raisiny and dark.
Products: Foraged Fire‘s Dulce de Leche, Mad Dog Brew Co’s 💀Ancho Chocolate Cheesecake Stout, Wiltshire Chilli Farm’s Chipotle Salt, Haskhell’s Chipotle Sauce, Jamie Oliver’s Ancho & Cumin Chilli Sauce
Recipes: Chocolate Mousse Cake with Ancho, Pasilla & Cinnamon, Molé Poblano Style (Vegan) Hot Chocolate, Ancho & Scotch Bonnet, Jerk-Spiced Christmas Cake, Beef & Brown Chilli Enchiladas, Banana & Coconut Curry
Related Peppers: ???
You may also enjoy: Pasilla, Chipōtlé Meco, Chipōtlé Morita
*An ancho is a dried poblano, not a variety of its own. It can never be found fresh.
**This value represents the heat rating that I would expect to give to a sauce using this pepper as its main ingredient. Other ingredients or particularly high purity may result in a slightly stronger sauce, while lower concentrations will yeild a weaker one and other products may vary.