I want to try Alton Brown's Chili Powder recipe. I have all the ingredients except for smoked paprika and cascabel chiles, neither of which I've been able to find in the local markets. The only paprika I had was sweet hungarian and very old so will toss. Bought some "paprika" nothing about smoked on the label. I did find one bag labeled cascabel chiles in a store but they looked like guajillos. I had done a little research and expected to find a rounder chile that rattled when shaken so suspected the bag was mislabeled. The store people couldn't help because the Mexican section is handled by an outside company. Here's three things I know I don't know: 1. Is smoked paprika the same as regular paprika as opposed to Hungarian or is it a third thing altogether? 2. Is a chile that looks exactly like a guajillo definitely not a cascabel? 3. I have guajillos and chipotles. Would either be an acceptable substitute? Would the chipotles help to compensate for the missing "smoked" on my paprika label? The entire ingredients list for the recipe follows. 3 ancho chiles 3 cascabel chiles 3 dried arbol chiles 2 Tb cumin 2 Tb garlic powder 1 Tb dried oregano 1 tsp smoked paprika Thanks in advance for your experience and advise.