poblano

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po·bla·no

 (pō-blä′nō)
n.
A cultivar of the tropical pepper Capsicum annuum, having a mild or fairly pungent dark green, thick-skinned fruit used in cooking.

[From American Spanish, of the village, from pueblo, people, village; see Pueblo1.]

poblano

(pɒbˈlɑːnəʊ)
n, pl -nos
1. (Plants) a variety of chilli pepper
2. (Peoples) US a native of Puebla, Mexico
adj
(Placename) US relating to or coming from Puebla, Mexico

poblano

A hot, dark green chilli of triangular shape and about 4 in long. Used in Mexican dishes.
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A project of the Boulder County Farmer's Market, the cafe, which was added in the library's recent renovation, serves the likes of curried carrot salad with roasted poblanos, or peach and shishito-pepper flatbread with heirloom cherry tomatoes and basil, all made with produce from, so far, a half-dozen local farms.
Naturally milder, ground lamb takes on the flavor of cumin and plays well with poblanos, black beans and sweet potatoes.
Chiles Poblanos can be used in salsas, cut into strips for tacos, or stuffed with rice and vegan cheese to make Chiles Rellenos.
In a blender, combine the tomatillos, garlic, cilantro, lime juice, poblanos and 1 teaspoon of salt.
For a "no chili" taste, replace the poblanos with 1 green bell pepper.
Chipotle's communications director Chris Arnold told the broadcast network that the Sofritas are made with "premium organic tofu from Hodo Soy in Oakland that we braise with chipotle peppers, poblanos and a blend of aromatic spices.
Place poblanos on rimmed baking sheet and broil on upper-middle rack until skin is charred, 3 to 5 minutes per side.
The rugged landscape, which for centuries was only crossed by the toughest locals on foot or horseback until the highways were built only half a decade ago, is telling of the strong will of the people in Puebla, Mexico known as Poblanos.
Roasted Poblanos have a wonderful, smooth, smoky flavor.
At Frontera and Topolobampo I learned about new ingredients that we never were shown in school - things like chayote and how to do different things with poblanos.
Sofritas, shredded tofu braised with chipotle chilis, roasted poblanos and a blend of aromatic spices, is made with organic, non-GMO tofu from Oakland's Hodo Soy.
Arroz Con Calabaza Anco y Chiles Poblanos (Savory Rice with Squash and Poblano Peppers)