Learn more about aji amarillo chiles here » You can buy aji chiles fresh, canned, or in paste form, and can use any of those in this recipe. But I like having dried chiles on hand; you can use only...
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Capsicum baccatum is one of the five families of chiles. Compared to C. annum—the family of bell peppers, jalapeños, poblanos, and New Mexico chiles—it's not that well-known. Though if you've ever had Peruvian food, there's a good chance you've had the most recognizable of this relatively unknown chile family: aji amarillo.
A fiery, creamy green sauce made with jalapeños and aji amarillo. Perfect for fries and grilled chicken.