Belly-up to a bowl of your best chili, seasoned perfectly with the most excellent blend of spices around. Gebhardt Chili Powder is excitement in a bottle, and it will add some to your competition chili and salsa. Also flavor pinto beans, Spanish rice, tamales, and old fashioned Texas Red with GebhardtChili Powder, available from the American Spice Company in a variety of sizes. Gebhardt Chili Powder is known around the world as the only product that delivers that “Real Mexican Tang”. Stir up your favorite chili recipe or try out a new one from the Chili-Lovers' Cook Book. Blend hot chili oil into mixes, if you like hot chili. Also check out our full line of spice blends.
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Combine with your favorite Mexican dishes for the real taste of the Southwest! An American classic, Gebhardt Chili Powder is the perfect blend of seasoning and spices to bring out the real Tex-Mex flavor.
Willie Gebhardt began the Gebhardt Mexican Foods Company in New Braunfels, Texas, in the late 1800’s. Gebhardt’s Chili Powder as been credited with introducing Americans to Texas style chili and Tex-Mex flavor famous in the Southwest. Originally sold as seasoning or by the pot, Gebhardt quickly expanded his business to include canned meats and sauces. He also introduced several southwest and Tex-Mex cookbooks and recipes. By 1908 Gebhardt had successfully developed and marketed the first canned chili. Today, Gebhardt’s Chili Powder and Chili is known throughout the world as the only product that delivers “That Real Mexican Tang.”
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Posted by Unknown on 25th Jan 2015
The problem with "Chili" powders is: they are not Chile Powder alone. They have spices PLUS Silicon Dioxide etc etc. Get some real ground Chile (preferably from New Mexico) and add your own cumin, garlic & onion powder, paprika, and a dash of salt.
You will be surprised by the brilliant taste.
Posted by Eloise Allen on 16th Jan 2015
Gebhardt Chili Powder is admittedly the best ever but now it must have been sold by the family because no one really cared to keep it in the family. Oh me, It will be interesting to see if "The Great American Spice Company" is really "great" and treats this product with respect by maintaining the original formula and marketing the product under the original name.
Posted by Unknown on 10th Oct 2014
Posted by Marcia A Dominguez on 6th Feb 2014
have been using Gebhardt's for years but since moving to Pa haven't been able to find it. try to stock up when we go to Ca, but most usually run out between visits. was so thrilled to find that it could be ordered at Great American Spice Co. shipping is fast and affordable.
Posted by Gloria on 6th Nov 2013
Don't want to be redundant, but my mother also used this in the 40's. I used it in Arizona and Texas - moved to Wisconsin - no trace of it here that I could find, and called three main stores in Tucson - no luck. Thought it might have been discontinued, but was relieved to find it on American Spice. Mexican food just not the same without Gebhardt.
Posted by Bob on 13th Oct 2013
My mother used only Gerharbt chili powder in her Excellant cooking since the 1940 or so. It is the favor of her cooking. It was very popular in San Francisco restaurants for years. We use it today with all the family receipes. It has flavor, not just heat.
Posted by aconir on 13th May 2013
Some things can't be improved on. This is one of them.
Posted by otish13 on 6th Feb 2013
It's still the best and always will be the the best.It's the geniune,authenic choice for real hispanic foods.
Posted by Ric Lierman on 15th Jan 2013
I've been using Gebhardt Chili Powder for over 25 years now and it's still the best. I've used it to take first place in 5 amateur chili cook-offs to date and wouldn't think of using any other.
I've move east(Tennessee) from my original introduction to it in Arizona, and have had a difficult time finding a supplier that ships in 1 pound quantity's. Now I have a source.
Posted by Unknown on 14th Jan 2013
When I lived in Texas, this was a kitchen staple. Unfortunately, North Carolina isn't too keen on Gebhardt's. Can't find it anywhere so I'm thrilled that I now have source.
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