Serve any dishes along with this sauce for a big smoky flavour of Mexican style. The plump red jalapenos are slowly smoked to mellow out the heat, giving the sauce a smoky depth. The peppers are combined with abodo sauce, or also known as a tomato sauce with vinegar and paprika for the perfect chipotle flavour. Put some in your dish for a much more flavoursome meal, or even as an appetizer dip.
A Brief History
In 1923, Conserves La Costeña is born as a result of the vision of Don Vicente López Resines, who in that year acquired a grocery store called "La Costeña", which soon became popular for its serranos and long chiles en vinagre. Don Vicente decides to make his own cans, thus their first production plant is opened, located in Mexico City. They implemented the new system "opens easy". In Guasave, Sinaloa, the Combibloc aseptic packaging system (which eliminates microorganisms through ultra pasteurization in carton packs) is introduced. By meeting quality standards, they were soon certified in ISO 9001, version 2000. They then received the National Public Image Award for a 90-year career in the national market and for reaching more than 50 countries around the world with their products.