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 (än′chō′, ăn′-)
n. pl. an·chos
A dried poblano pepper.

[American Spanish (chile) ancho, wide (chili), from Spanish, from Old Spanish, from Latin amplus; see ample.]


(ˈæntʃəʊ; ˈɑːntʃəʊ)
n, pl anchos
a Poblano chilli pepper that has been dried and turned a dark-red or black colour
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My passion is creating intriguing, delectable chocolates and our ancho chilli jewel is one of our more provocative delights," said Tracey Downey, Xan's chocolatier and director of research and development.
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Mix the two together thoroughly and stir in the ancho chilli.