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TAGS: Adobo , Chiles , Chilies , Chipotle , Sauce , Vegetables
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The chipotles in adobo are Jalapeño chiles that have been ripened to a deep red, dried, smoked and pickled in a combination of vinegar, spices and tomato puree.
Yes! You can make your own (upcoming in the cooking techniques). However, ready to buy chipotles in adobo sauce in cans and glass jars are a staple in Mexican pantries and stores have a wide array of brands to choose from, each with their own peculiar spin. Should you opt for buying them (as most people do...), try a couple different brands, they do vary in flavor.
Hi...i've been desperately looking for a recipe to make chipotles in adobo. we smoke our own jalapenos, which turn out beautiful, and this is the next step in my cooking process. please hurry up and cook them up for us!
Hi there! So great that you smoke your own jalapeños! I will post about it as soon as I can... Many thanks for your note!Pati Jinich replied to comment from cath kelly | July 27, 2009 11:06 AM
Once you open the Chipotles in adobo sauce how do I store them and for how long. I have not seen them in jars only in cans.
Thank you GayleGayle Loyola | September 11, 2011 12:44 PM
Hola Gayle, you can store the chipotles in adobo sauce covered in the refrigerator for months. :)Pati Jinich replied to comment from Gayle Loyola | September 14, 2011 11:44 AM
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