from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A ripe jalapeño pepper that has been dried and smoked for use in cooking.
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- adj. Seasoned with or flavored by chipotles.
- n. A ripe jalapeño pepper, dried and smoked for use in cooking.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a ripe jalapeno that has been dried for use in cooking
I suppose a few of their regulars might call it chipotle ketchup.
Smoky flavor + heat: 1 dried chipotle chili (1 canned chili in chipotle sauce) + 1 tbsp olive oil to form an emulsion
Eleven salmon steaks, slathered in chipotle sauce, sizzled over the fire that night.
While staying at Alamos 'beautiful Hacienda de los Santos, I taught a cooking course which included this version of filet mignon in chipotle sauce.
I agree, however, one dried chipotle is good in beans.
Had we all had drinks in our hands the waiter would have been soaked by spillage. and the word chipotle is getting on my nerves.
A chipotle is a dried jalapeño with a wonderful, smokey flavor.
The main reason I can’t stand chipotle is the smell that emanates from the 42nd & 5th location.
And while fried catfish are so flaky and juicy they don’t need a sauce, I like to dip them in chipotle-lime mayonnaise.
When smoked and dried, the jalapeño is called a chipotle and is pickled in a sweet-and-hot brown sugar and vinegar marinade.