Chili powder is a robust seasoning made from ground, dried hot chili peppers (often ancho or cayenne chiles). Chili powder also contains oregano, cumin, salt, and sometimes garlic. Medium and hot varieties are available from specialty spice merchants.
Chili powder is really just a blend of the spices most commonly found in Latin-American cooking. The base spices are usually are ancho chile powder, paprika, cumin, and Mexican oregano. Other spices like coriander, cayenne, and garlic powder round out individual blends.
Chili powder is commonly used in traditional Latin American dishes like enchiladas and tacos. But a spoonful also adds a welcome kick to grilled meats, stew, soup, a pot of beans, and vegetables.
There are several varieties of chili powder, all of which are derived from a different Capsicum annum, a genus that includes peppers ranging from sweet bell peppers to very hot chili peppers.
It's an easy blend to make yourself, with the added advantage that you can tailor the mix to your own tastes. You can also use whole spices, toasted and ground, for even fresher flavor.
Powders containing only ground, dried chiles are also available. They are labeled according to the type of chile used, such as cayenne, ancho, guajillo, chipotle (made from smoked jalapeños) and habanero.
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