Mexican spices go way beyond chili powder, cayenne pepper and cumin. Kick things up a notch with a round up of our best Mexican spices. Achiote paste, commonly made from annatto seeds, coriander, oregano, cumin, cloves, garlic and more, achiote paste used in a variety of dishes, especially marinades.Ancho chili powder is different than regular chili powder. It's sweet and rich with a bit of a fruit flavor.
GROUND RED CHILES TACO SEASONING
Freshly ground and toasted ancho, guajillo, New Mexico and arbol chiles blend with the rich, woodsy flavors of cumin, coriander and paprika to make any bowl of chili a superstar. This salt-free blend of freshly Ground Red Chiles taco seasoning & fajita seasoning is awesome for carnivores and vegetarians alike- perfect as taco seasoning, fajita seasoning, posole, stews, soups, and bean-based dishes!
Take a trip to Mexico City, where mole sauce is aged like wine, and can be used and aged as a paste for up to 3 years. This chocolaty, chile based spice blend of over 20 ingredients is the quickest way to whipping up a truly authentic, complexly flavorful Mexican mole sauce. Enjoy this truly delicious blend for mole sauce, chicken, enchiladas or even tacos or sweet potatoes.
ACHIOTE RECADO ROJO
Freshly ground Achiote Recado Rojo, is made from annatto seeds, a woodsy, earthy spice used in rice dishes across Latin America. Habanero chiles provide a kick and cinnamon and cloves, round out the sweetness. Use this spice blend to create an achiote paste, a thick, deep-red seasoning famous in the Yucatán region of Mexico. We love this blend on everything from grilled chicken wings, arroz con pollo, tamales to certain stews and bean dishes. It can be used in a marinade or dry spice rub for grilled meat or mixed with oil to brush onto seafood.