KP Chili Powder
Looking for KP Chili Powder but can't find any locally (Bergen County). Is it not being made this year? If you have seen some, let me know where.
I don't think I've ever seen KFP chili powder. I have just about every KFP spice sold:
crushed red pepper
whole chili peppers
but to my recollection, I don't think I've ever seen KFP chili powder.
No KLP brand is likely to match your "usual" brand exactly, because chili powder recipes differ. On the other hand, crushed red pepper, oregano, garlic powder, cumin, whole small hot red chilies dried - most of the ingredients are available. Probably not smoked chilies, but you could come pretty close with a homemade blend.
Or use one of the schwarma or bar-b-cue spice blends Pereg has sold in recent years.
Sephardim, always ate kitniyot on Pesach, of course. I doubt they had ever heard of it In the old Polish Lithuanian Commonwealth, which may account for its appearance on post-war American kitniyot lists. The OU moved it from the kitniyot column to the column: "The following are not considered Kitniyot, but may require special checking" a few years ago.
This household celebrated with fireworks and tagine served over quinoa.
re: SoCal Mother
I defy any human to mistake ground cumin for flour made from any of the five grains. Or to bake pure ground kitniyot into something that could be mistaken for bread or cake. It is not a legume. It is a flower picked by hand. This sort of thing gives kashrut authorities a bad reputation. And removes a pleasure from the chag.