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Ancho chile powder - Page 3 of 5

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    Grilled Tamarind Chicken Tacos

    In these tacos, chicken thighs are marinated in sweet-sour tamarind soda, garlic, and soy sauce, and then rubbed with a coriander-chile spice rub. The tacos are great garnished with chopped…

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    Rib-Eye Steaks Rubbed with Coffee and Cocoa

    To match the steaks’ rich, beefy flavor, they're rubbed with a cocoa-espresso spice mix. It adds depth and a subtle bitter undertone that’s downright addictive.

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    Spicy Southwestern Meatloaf

    Three kinds of chiles make this pork and bison meatloaf hot all over: fresh jalapeños and ancho chile powder in the mix, and chipotle chiles in the ketchup glaze. Create your…

  • Recipe

    Ancho-Marinated Pork and Mango Skewers

    Skewering chunks of meat along with vegetables or fruit is great way to bring sensible portions to your cookout: You get the perfect protein portion, but your plate is dominated by two…

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    Grilled Fish Tacos

    A grilled fish taco is a beautiful thing to eat. San Diego and Baja California are where they originated. Although the classic Baja fish tacos are fried, the grilled ones…

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    Buttermilk Brined Chicken Breasts

    This just could become your new go-to barbecue chicken recipe. The chicken stays in the buttermilk brine overnight, so plan accordingly. Glaze the breasts generously with your favorite sauce and prepare…

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    Barbecue-Braised Vietnamese Short Ribs with Sweet Vinegar Glaze

    Thought you couldn't get slow-cooked flavor from the grill? When barbecue-braising, your grill performs like an oven: You just put your pot on the grill, cover, and let the meat…

  • Recipe

    Brisket and Bean Chili

    Chunks of leftover brisket make this chili much more interesting than one made with ground beef. If you don’t have time to cook beans, skip that step and use 3…

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    Kicked-Up Ketchup

    Sweet caramelized onions and southwestern spices transform ordinary ketchup into something special. Use it to build a burger that speaks to you (we love it on burgers with bacon, lettuce,…

  • Recipe

    Mexican Black Bean Burgers

    It’s better to sauté these burgers rather than grill them, because they have a fragile texture and lack the protein that meat and fish have to hold everything together.

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