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Old 04-04-2008, 11:43 PM   #16
Smokin Diablo
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Bearbonze is correct, Ancho's are dried Pablano peppers. In my part of the country (illinois) you can find Ancho's eaiser than Pablano's. I make my own chili powder and would not make it with out Anchos. When the pablanos are dried they take on a dark, chocolate flavor. For me a necessary ingredient in chili powder and mole. Last year I smoked some pablanos and jalapenos on my smoker to see how they would turn out. The jalapenos turned out great, the pablanos not so much. I will leave that to the professionals.
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