Definition of chipotle
: a smoked and usually dried jalapeño pepper
Recent Examples of chipotle from the Web
In a saucepan, combine the ancho and guajillo chilis with the chipotles.
Chicago chef and Mexican cooking expert Rick Bayless came up with this terrific burger, which combines ground chuck, spicy chorizo and chipotle peppers.
Chef Joe Ermigiotti’s golf-ball-size dumplings (available fried or steamed) have fillings found in sandwiches, such as honey chipotle chicken, roast pork, and cheesesteak, plus sweet varieties such as apple pie and cheesecake.
Stir together rotisserie chicken meat, chipotle chile in adobo, ground cumin and garlic powder.
Read about the beef, chicken, shrimp, crab, cream cheese and two kinds of chiles rolled in nori and rice then deep fried and covered with ponzo and chipotle aoli.
Chipotle, 2017 An Eastern European criminal gang reportedly used phishing to steal the credit card information of millions of Chipotle customers.
Chipotle said hackers used malware to access data from payment cards on the company's point of sale systems at certain restaurants from March 24 to April 18.
Holland America’s gourmet take on the American burger comes with bacon jam, garlic chipotle aioli, cheddar cheese, Cabernet red onions and avocado.
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Origin and Etymology of chipotle
Mexican Spanish chipotle, chilpotle, from Nahuatl *chīlpōctli, from chīlli chili pepper + pōctli smoke, something smoked
First Known Use: 1922See Words from the same year
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