- n. Plural form of chili.
“Which, since it's usually oatmeal or brown bread, around here, and given the levels of vitamins C and A in chilis, may actually go a long way towards being a balanced diet.”
“The chicken alambre, with manchego and poblano chilis, is better than the regular chicken, but it comes in a flour tortilla.”
“One more note: I can't find any agreement as to whether it should be spelled "chilis," "chilies," or "chiles.”
“Rotating crops from other families, such as chilis from the solanaceous family, will control the pathogen.”
“In fact, by the time I got out from behind my table to go tasting, many of the chilis were already gone, including the other one I really had wanted to taste, the Chili Caliente, which won the People’s Choice award.”
“(up to 1.2 m or 4 ft) such as chilis, beans, and squash may draw most of their water from the area 25-40 cm (10-16 in) below the surface; and for deep-rooted crops such as grapes, olives, almonds, and watermelons with a potential rooting depth of 2.0 m (7 ft), the depth of maximum water absorption may be 1. 2-1.4 m”
“Red chutney scorches the mouth with garlic and chili powder and maybe a touch of tamarind, while the green stuff tingles the lips with green chilis, cilantro and mint.”
“One little trick I used here was to add the minced chilis into the butter as I melted it.”
“Fall is the start of comfort food season and soups and chilis start to make more frequent appearances in my kitchen.”
“You can find chipotle peppers in adobo sauce in most markets these days, and the smoky, spicy chilis add a lot of personality to this bread.”
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