Embasa Chipotle Peppers in Adobo Sauce, 7-Ounce Cans (Pack of 12)
- Pack of 12, each can holds 7 ounce (total of 84 ounce)
- A unique warm heat and smoky flavor
- Product of Mexico
- Chipotles are packed in a red adobo sauce made from lightly seasoned tomato broth
- Medium-thick fleshed, with a subtle deep rounded heat
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Top Customer Reviews
A unique warm heat and smoky flavor , chipotles are packed in a red adobo sauce
made from lightly seasoned tomato sauce. Medium-thick fleshed, with a subtle deep
rounded heat, they are excellent in sauces, soups, and as a seasoning for meats and
stews, and are essential for making a proper chili.
For anybody who really craves a Mexican taste, this is the way to go..I just love them on
my "tostadas de tinga" or as the backbone of a good quick salsa. Also great in casseroles,
with chicken, or to mix with cream chese for dipping or spreading. I've tried all the canned
chipotles, and this Embasa product is by far the best of them all. And you can find them
just about anywhere for about $1.25 at your local superstore.
You can use them to spice up any dish, not just Mexican food. They go great with beef and chicken. Sliced or diced, they also make an exciting addition to salads (sauce strained).
I posted a pic of the 7-oz Embasa tin next to a regular 12-oz soda can for size comparison so that you know what to expect.
I gave this product 4 stars instead of 5 because of the packaging; I tried peeling the top of the can off and leaving them in my fridge with a foil covering, and the top layer hardened and got a little gummy. It's probably best to take out the entire contents and store in a Tupperware, because you probably won't use the entire jar for one dish....unless you like your chili insanely hot.
This item is hard to find and expensive ($5.29 a can) in our local community. I ordered just one case my 1st order, but will need about 3 cases to satisfy the pepper lover in this family.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
i add it on top of dishes, like hot sauce. only problem is remembering to finish the can once it goes in the fridge.Published 21 months ago by Olinto
Loved it. I used these peppers in a hot wing sauce - I always get rave reviews of my sauces and this gave an even more pop.Published 24 months ago by Bernadine Davis
Kind of hard to find things like this overseas so I'm really glad I found these. Taste great and are priced right. Would buy these again.Published on November 30, 2012 by bamf70
Definitely the best tasting chipotle peppers. Also the price of the pack of 12 is great. It makes for a great gift.Published on November 6, 2012 by Rodolfo Serna Lira
so many recipes call for chipotle peppers and adobo sauce. I would be at a loss to find it locally.Published on February 29, 2012 by Gary Jeurink