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Pepper Chile Pasilla Bajio Seed
The Pasilla Bajio offers a rich, smoky, mildly hot flavor to many dishes. It is also called 'chilaca' and 'chile negro'. The name, 'Pasilla' means 'little raisin' in Spanish, referring to the dark brown, wrinkled dried pod. It is called 'chilaca' when fresh and adds character to red chile enchilada sauce and salsas. When used as a dried pod or in powder form, it is a very flavorful ingredient in many mole sauces. This packet plants: 15 plants started indoors.
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Hard to find peppersSep 03, 2011
By Pam Smith
Even though I live where Pasilla peppers are used, the seeds are hard to find. When I saw these and some others from this company,I ordered them. I have them all starting under the grow lights. I'll transfer them from their little wafers to 4 inch pots and be nice to them all winter, then out they go to the garden, to do their stuff. This is going to ne a fun Spring! And rather than freeze what I don't use, I'll dry them.