Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of chili.

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Examples

  • Just entering the gigantic warehouse of mountains of dried chilies is a visual treat and an olfactory adventure.

    The Jewels Of Mexico: Public Markets by Vicki Cowal

  • Just entering the gigantic warehouse of mountains of dried chilies is a visual treat and an olfactory adventure.

    The Jewels Of Mexico: Public Markets by Vicki Cowal

  • I've been to New Mexico twice this year ... the chilies are awesome but the tamales are not as good as mine.

    part 1 | Homesick Texan

  • Chocolate tempers the heat of chilies, which is why it's such a popular ingredient in Latin American cuisine.

    NPR Topics: News

  • In her search for the biggest, boldest flavors, she mixes and matches cultures in dishes like escargot with tamarind and miso, amberjack crudo with crisp pork bellies and Latin American chilies, and goat meat chorizo with Serbian pepper relish.

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  • I made them with my husband's home-grown no name chilies and omitted the cilantro.

    Küchenlatein

  • Sweet peppers are also capsicums, but are usually not called chilies in English, though they are chiles in Spanish.

    Hungry Magazine

  • The highlight is the interactive bar where you can mix your own concoctions from a large selection of ingredients such as chilies, fresh fruit, cardamom and thyme, and alcohol such as imported vodkas, rums and tequilas.

    After Hours: Mumbai

  • In contrast, cold foods are restricted such as chilies and bitter things are believed to make the blood thin and can increasebleeding.

    Culture's Role in Treatment of New Mothers

  • To take a traditional meal and make it your own, incorporate traditional Latin ingredients such as chilies and Mexican cheeses, then add your favorite in-season go-to ingredients.

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