- From Spanish (Wiktionary)
- From American Spanish, of the village, from pueblo, people, village; see pueblo. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“While passing the rows of restaurants surrounding downtown Puebla's Parian crafts market, one cannot help but notice that every one of the many display bowls of mole poblano is adorned with a liberal sprinkling of sesame seeds.”
“It's important to remove the skin because the cooked skin of the chile poblano is usually quite tough, unpleasant to eat and hard to digest.”
“Or in the Oak Park Whole Foods, which carries ancho peppers helpfully labeled "Ancho Pasilla Peppers," because somebody or other also calls poblano peppers "pasillas.”
“Nate "poblano" Silver nailed it in his LAT article”
“On the road to becoming an authentic "poblano": Mexico Travel”
“I'd revise Papirex's statement to this: if it doesn't contain chocolate, it isn't mole poblano.”
“Mole poblano -- arguably the best known mole -- contains chocolate, but, as Anónimo pointed out, many moles don't.”
“Looks like I might have a few mariachi and fresno peppers after all, and possibly some ancho poblano.”
“Ramsay de Give for The Wall Street Journal A vegetarian taco made with poblano peppers, locally grown sweet corn and spicy chile sauce.”
“Roast poblano chilis : If you have a gas range, turn on a burner and place 1 poblano directly atop a medium flame, so it lays lengthwise across the burner.”
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