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You will get approximately 10 whole dried guajillo peppers for a two ounce purchase! Guajillo Chili Peppers - pronounced [Gwa-HEE-yoh] are moderately hot chiles and are smooth, shiny, and reddish-brown. They have a tough skin, so they need to be soaked longer than other chiles. Substitutes: cascabels (rounder and shorter) OR New Mexico chiles OR California chiles (milder). The guajillo is one of the most commonly grown chiles in Mexico. This chile requires a longer soaking period than most due to its leathery skin. The guajillo is considered a moderately hot chile or a 2 - 4 on a scale of 1 to 10 (10 being the hottest).If you are going to toast the chiles before you use them you can first wipe them with a moist towel to remove any dust or visible soil. If you are going to soak them and blend them before use then simply tear them open; remove the stem, seeds and as much of the veins as possible. It easy to do this under running water which rinses the chiles at the same time. Tear the chiles in pieces and place in a bowl. They are now ready for soaking.Tags: hot peppersghost pepperghost peppersjalapeno peppersbhut jolokiajolokia bhutpepper seedsground chilipoblano peppershabanero pepperguajilloscoville ratingdry pepperspeppers typesnew mexico chilidried peppersguajillo chilichili guajillopeppers heatjolokia peppersnew mexican chilichili in spanishdried chilesbhut jolokia pepperspasilla chilesjolokia seedsdried chili peppershot pepper plantsghost pepper seedshot pepper seedscoville heatguajillo chileschiles guajillobhut jolokia pepperpepper bhut jolokiabhut seedsbhut jolokia seedspasilla chillidried chilli peppersscoville ratingshot peppers seeds