Chilhuacle amarillo

/cheel-WAH-kleh ah-mah-REE-yoh/
[Spanish] plural Chilhuacles amarillos

A square-shaped chilli from Oaxaca and Chiapas used, dried, in the famous moles. It is long, about 7-8 cm (3") and tapers to a point. The Amarillo version of the Chilhuacle is extremely rare, quite mild and with a smoky flavour. Heat = 4.