Pepper, Ancho, Dried are the mild dried poblano peppers, brownish-black in color with a tough outer wrinkled skin. Also called hot peppers the spicy hot taste enhances many dishes from different varieties.
"When dried, the poblano becomes a broad, flat, heart-shaped pod called an ancho chile from this form it is often ground into a powder used for flavoring recipes."
The chile pepper produces a thick, dark sauce for poultry and meats. Also for hot sauces and bottled condiments.