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Crushed Red Chiles - 1 oz
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Widely used in Mexican and Italian dishes, Crushed Red Chiles are a perfect ingredient to spice up any entrée. Thought to have been "discovered" by Columbus and later introduced to Europe, Crushed Red Chiles have become a popular table spice and culinary favorite throughout the world.

One of the most versatile chile options, Crushed Red Chiles add distinctive flavor to sauces, salsas, soups, stews, curries, salads, vegetables, fish, chicken dishes, and especially chilies.

Crushed Red Chiles are about a "4" on the heat scale of 1–10.

Recipe included; see our website for additional recipes.

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