Los Chileros has been providing all natural chile, chile powders, and chile rubs since 1981. Los Chileros brings the best of New Mexico with chile grown here in the Land of Enchantment.
Mediterranean Oregano is crucial for Italian cuisine. Mediterranean Oregano tastes lovely with cream sauces, vinegars, salad dressings, soups, and herb butters. It can be mixed with olive oil and brushed on food to be grilled or it can be added it to bread. It pairs harmoniously with basil, garlic, thyme, and parsley, as well as egg-based dishes like quiche or frittatas. It has a mild flavor that is somewhat reminiscent of rosemary. This is the herb to use when you have strong flavors that lean towards cheesy or indulgent.
Mexican Oregano on the other hand has a stronger, more intensely earthy flavor that is much more suited to the flavors of Mexican and New Mexcian cuisines. It tastes good with chile con carne, moles, beans, burritos, enchiladas, fish, pork, salsas, soups, stews, tacos, and anything tomato heavy in these cuisines. In terms of spices, it partners well with cumin, chile powder, dried New Mexican chile, garlic, and black pepper. This is the herb you would want to use for strong meaty flavors, or for dishes that are intensely spicy.