Dried Guajillo Chilli
KWD 10.450 KWD 10.450 10.450000000000001 KWD
Guajillo chilies are one of the most commonly used chilies in Mexican cuisine. Their moderate heat level, 3-4 on a scale of 1 - 10, makes them a good choice for family-friendly cooking. With a bright, tangy flavor and a moderate fruity heat, these versatile chilies are a great addition to marinade, moles, salsas, sauces, and soups.
Dried Arbol Chilli
KWD 14.450 KWD 8.000 8.0 KWD
These chillis are believed to be derived from the cayenne pepper and like cayenne are quite hot - they clock in at 50,000-65,000 on the scoville heat unit scale (which is about 7-8 on a 1-10 scale). Their nice red color and brightness make these peppers great for craft work such as making chile wreaths or ristas. Increase any dishs heat by throwing a few pods in while cooking. Great in chili, hot sauce, salsa, tacos, stir fry, Thai curry and soups.
Dried Pasilla Chilli
KWD 7.300 KWD 5.000 5.0 KWD
Pasillas are one of the most popular chilies in Mexico. آ  Fairly mild, with an earthy, raisiny flavor and deep purple color, these flavorful peppers clock in at 3-5 heat level, on a scale of 10. For a delicious pepper puree that can be stirred into soups and sauces, toast peppers in a dry pan for a few minutes, then soak in warm water and puree until smooth. Thin the puree with vinegar if desired.
Guerande Salt Flower
KWD 26.550 KWD 26.550 26.55 KWD
This 'flower of salt' Guأ©rande salt is located in southern French region Brittany. Very white, with fine, snow-like crystals and a very slight hint of violet, it enhances meals by bringing out the taste of even the finest dishes. Only a small amount should be used on raw or cooked food.