One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
A large dark green chili pepper of a mild-flavored variety.
- ‘Don't miss the mole poblano, a chicken mole dish made with chocolate (of course) and hot peppers.’
- ‘Remove from the heat, add the onion, green pepper, poblano pepper, jalapeño pepper, bay leaf, and crab in a medium bowl and mix to c combine.’
- ‘Add the poblano and potatoes and stir until incorporated.’
- ‘The dish consists of a poblano stuffed with meat and pine nuts, covered in a walnut and cream sauce and decorated with parsley and pomegranate seeds: the red, white and green of the Mexican flag.’
- ‘Accompanying the snapper is a tasty blend of barely spicy rice with hints of smooth cotilla cheese, poblanos, mint and scallion.’
- ‘We have a lunch of poblanos stuffed with crab.’
- ‘Scatter the strips of poblano, bacon, and sage leaves over apples.’
- ‘Add the chicken stock, poblano chilies, and corn and stir to combine.’
- ‘Large, mild chiles such as poblanos, in particular, are often roasted and peeled before they're used, as they are in the Poblano Gravy and Cauliflower Gratin in our Thanksgiving menu.’
- ‘Use thicker-fleshed chiles, such as poblanos, and allow their skin to blacken and blister without burning through the flesh.’
- ‘Add the poblano pepper and onion and sauté for one minute.’
- ‘Across from the main plaza, Mi Casa serves mole poblano and other Mexican specialties.’
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