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HARVESTED, DRIED AND PACKAGED BY HAND IN RE SEAL ABLE AIR TIGHT BAGS (EACH BAG IS INDIVIDUALLY LABELED). . Pack a spicy punch with a pinch of whole Anaheim pepper from my small farm. Made from dried whole Anaheim peppers is a mildly hot seasoning usually rated at 500 to 1,000 Scoville units. Also known as Anaheim Chiles, Anaheim Peppers or California Chile Peppers and when dried as California Chiles, chili pasado or Chile seco del norte. These California chiles are a darker, deeper red than their cousins the New Mexico chile which has a brighter more glossy red color. California chile peppers are about a 5?-6" in length and ripen from greenish-yellow, to yellow-orange to red. Anaheim chiles are sold fresh and are also available roasted, dried, or canned. When the chile is dried, it turns a dark burgundy color and is called California chilies. Anaheim chiles were first propagated by Dr. Fabian Garcia roughly 100 years ago in New Mexico as he was seeking a chile pepper that was bigger, fleshier, and milder than the available New Mexican varieties. In the early 1900?s a farmer named Emilio Ortega brought these seeds with him as he moved from New Mexico to the Anaheim area and the name "Anaheim" stuck. The flavor profile of these dried California chiles is mildly pungent. If you?re not a fan of chiles with heat but enjoy the mild chile flavor then this is the chile for you! California chiles are an excellent compliment to breakfast burritos, egg dishes, soups, stews, vegetable dishes and in a red sauce used on enchiladas or in tamales. Our peppers are grown without the use of chemicals and pesticides and nothing is added before or after drying.  PLEASE SEE MY OTHER LISTINGS