Aji Amarillo Chile Powder (Ounce)
"Aji" means chile pepper in Spanish, and "amarillo" means yellow. These are called “yellow chile peppers” as the yellow color appears when cooked, as they mature the Aji Amarillo chile pods turn a deep orange color. The Aji Amarillo Chile is thought to have originated in Bolivia or Peru and it is believed to have been domesticated in Peru about 2500 B.C. Also known as Aji Escabeche, Yellow Chile, Peruvian Chile and is frequently called Cusqueno when in the dried form.
If you've ever had Peruvian food, there's a good chance you've tasted this under appreciated chile. The Aji Amarillo is considered part of the holy trinity of Peruvian cuisine along with garlic and red onions.