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Chipotle - Wikipedia


A chipotle or chilpotle, which comes from the Nahuatl word chilpoctli (meaning " smoked chili"), ... A chipotle's heat is similar to that of the Espelette pepper, jalapeño, Guajill...

Chipotle Peppers


Information about Chipotle Peppers, where to buy. Nutrition data and history.

Bulk Chipotle Chiles | Smoked Jalapenos - Spices Inc


Chipotle chiles are completely ripened jalapenos that are smoke dried and have a sweet, smokey chocolaty aroma and flavor. They are a 6-7 on the heat scale.

What The Heck Is A Chipotle, Anyway? | The Huffington Post


Aug 6, 2015 ... Maybe you've seen a chipotle pepper, maybe you've even cooked with one. These days, we're willing to bet you've said the word at least once ...

Chipotle Peppers : Article - GourmetSleuth


Learn about Chipotle Chili Peppers, the smoked jalapeno. Includes history, uses, and recipes.

Substitutes for Chipotle Peppers | LEAFtv


Chipotle peppers are red jalapeno peppers that have been smoked. They have a characteristic spicy, smokey flavor, and are widely used in many dishes, ...

Amazon.com : Goya Chipotle Peppers in Adobo Sauce - 7 oz ...


Amazon.com : Goya Chipotle Peppers in Adobo Sauce - 7 oz. : Chipotle Spices And Herbs : Grocery & Gourmet Food.

How to Smoke Your Own Chipotle Peppers - Mother Earth News


Sep 22, 2009 ... A chipotle pepper is a jalapeno that has been smoked, a food preservation method as old as agriculture itself. With a bumper crop of jalapenos, ...

Chipotle Chiles: The history of chipotle chiles is rich and flavorful ...


Aug 26, 2012 ... Chipotle chile's name derives from the Nahuatl word chilpoctli, which means “ smoked chile pepper”, AKA chile ahumado, chile meco, and ...

Everything You Can Do With a Can of Chipotles in Adobo | Serious ...


Apr 27, 2015 ... Take away my fancy olive oil, my spices, the peppers I've been air-drying in my fridge. ... 20150424-chipotle-peppers-adobo-vicky-wasik.jpg.

What Is a Chipotle Pepper?
A chipotle pepper is basically a smoked jalapeno pepper. Chipotles have a distinct smoky and sweet flavor, and there are two main types. While they are most commonly used in Mexican and Tex-Mex cooking, they can be added to all types of dishes. Chipotles... More »
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How To: Work with Canned Chipotle Peppers in Adobo Sauce - Our ...


Every time I write a post including canned chipotle peppers I think we should really have a resource post for those who aren't familiar with them or might even be ...

Making Your Own Chipotle Peppers From Jalapeno's - Old World ...


Oct 12, 2012 ... A great way to preserve your red jalapenos is to make your own Chipotle Peppers. It does take some patience, so plan to do this on a day when ...

Chipotle Vs. Jalapeño: PepperScale Showdown - PepperScale


Jun 5, 2015 ... Here's why: Chipotle peppers are really jalapeños; they've just been aged to maturity, dried, and smoked. Chipotle are made from fully-ripened ...