Often confused with Poblano Chiles, the dried Pasilla Negro Chile is worth the research. Pasilla means “little raisin” and is the dried form of the Chilaca Chile. It has a touch of gentle heat, measuring in at under 2,000 Scoville Heat Units (SHU). We love what these chiles do in this recipe. We pair up the smoky, deep red sweetness of the Chile with our Mango Balsamic. The result is a sublime taco filling that will seal Taco Tuesday (or any day) as the best day ever!
What’s a Scoville Heat Unit? Read all about the spicy deets in our blog.