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Ancho

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    A Game-Day Chili Menu

    Chili is the perfect game-day meal; you can make it ahead so you don't miss any of the action.

  • Recipe

    Rack of Lamb with Ancho-Honey Glaze

    Honey-spiced lamb is a traditional Moroccan festival meal. This simplified version makes the most of the way sweet honey balances the richness of the lamb.

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    Steak with Three-Chile Sauce

    For this dish, the earthy combination of three of Mexico’s most distinctive chiles creates a nuanced result that is not nearly as hot as you might expect. Much of the…

  • Article

    Harissa

    Whether purchased or homemade, the North African chile paste spices up everything from couscous to steaks.

  • Recipe

    Texas Beef Chili with Poblanos & Beer

    This chili has a pleasant kick. It thickens as it sits overnight, and the flavors round out and deepen. We like it best with chipotle and New Mexico chile powders,…

  • Article

    Pure Chile Powders Add Intense Flavor to Sauces and Stews

    Tony Rosenfeld takes a look at the differences among chile powders. Pasilla, ancho, New Mexico, chipotle, and cayenne vary in heat level and flavor and are used in different dishes.

  • Recipe

    Arroz Rojo de Chile Ancho (Ancho Chile Red Rice)

    This earthy, brick-red rice is made by frying the uncooked rice with a purée of ancho chiles. The addition of milk tones down some of the chile-induced heat.

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    Ancho Chile Harissa

    This North African inspired sauce made with anchos (dried poblano chiles) is spicy but not fiery -- a bold complement to the big flavor of a Grilled Porterhouse. Look for ancho…