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Dried Chipotles in Durham

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jwerner36 Sep 16, 2007 11:56 AM

Hi all,
I'm looking for a store or market in Durham that sells dried chipotle chilis. Whole Foods used to carry them, but doesn't anymore. I had high hopes for the Food Lion on Hillsborough, since they tend to carry a good chili selection, but no luck there, either. Any suggestions?

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    Tom from Raleigh RE: jwerner36 Sep 16, 2007 03:51 PM

    Dried chipotle is redundant. Chipotles are smoked and dried jalapenos. Any Hispanic store should sell them.

    1. termite RE: jwerner36 Sep 16, 2007 03:53 PM

      Try Compare Foods

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        PeterB RE: jwerner36 Sep 16, 2007 06:16 PM

        jwerner36 could have been referring to dried chipotles as opposed to the canned ones in adobo (also excellent). Termite is correct about Compare for chipotles or anything else hispanic. There are also numerous tiendas on Roxboro that should have them. Carniceria Superior is a big store and almost certainly would have them.

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          Tom from Raleigh RE: PeterB Sep 16, 2007 06:38 PM

          Good point. I assumed confusion on the part of the OP b/c of the misspelling of the word 'chile'. You're prolly right about the chiles in adobo vs. the dried ones.

          To find dried chipotles, look for brown jalapeno lookin' buggers. Also know as moritas

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