Mexene Chili Powder Food Service 38 ounce
*** 50-lb Bulk Box is Discontinued by Manufacturer***
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Chili pepper, salt, cumin, oregano, garlic, silcone dioxide.
Q. What are the ingredients in Mexene Chili Powder?
Mexene uses the best, sun-ripened, pre-frost chili peppers blended with a secret mix of cumin, oregano, and garlic.
Q. Where to buy Mexene chili powder?
TexasFoodsDirect.com is an authorized online distributor of Mexene, selling directly to consumers and small business/restaurant owners. We guarantee fast shipping and super-friendly service!
Q. Is Mexene chili powder hot?
When it comes to chili, many folks enjoy smoky flavors inside their bowl. This can come from smoked paprika, chipotle peppers, or even liquid smoke. You can also get that satisfying taste from Mexene Chili Powder Seasoning.
This deep-hued chili powder was a favorite in our Test Kitchen. Every sampler noticed hints of chipotle pepper in Mexene. These smoked jalapeno peppers add depth of flavor and a touch of smoke when added to dishes and spice blends.
This chili powder was more than just smoke, though. It had a touch of heat that testers found satisfying in their bowl of chili. Of course, if you like five-alarm-style chili, you’ll want to add more hot peppers, but Mexene is a great place to start. (source)
Q. Who makes Mexene chili powder?
In 1906, John Walker of the Walker Chili Company developed Mexene® Chili Powder in a small South Texas town. The flavor was designed to duplicate the popular taste of chili made by cowboys and quickly received critical acclaim from notable chili chefs in the surrounding area. With this widespread notoriety, Mexene soon became the chili powder of choice for authentic Texas Chili. source:
Bruce Foods, Inc. (New Iberia, LA) sold their rights to several brands, including Casa Fiesta and Mexene, in early 2016. The new owner of the brands caters primarily to large commercial buyers and does not sell the brands directly to consumers through their websites.
Q. What are the recipes you can cook with Mexene Chili Powder?
Check out some of our popular recipes found below. Wild Game Chili, Texas Style with Mexene Chili Powder Southwest Style Chicken and Black Bean Egg Rolls Roasted Sausage with Mexene Chili Powder Garlic Shrimp with Mexene 5 Texas Chili Recipes for Your Next Party