New Mexican Chiles are variant of the traditional Anaheim chile. Confusingly, some recipes also refer to New Mexican chiles as "Colorado Chiles." Hotter than jalapenos, these spicy chiles are great for adding to the broth of soups, or braising alongside pork. If you're a ribs fan, reconstitute the chiles in hot water, then puree into a fiery paste and add some kick to your rub. Or just crush into flakes and sprinkle over your favorite dishes!