Origin of chipotlefrom Mexican Spanish chile chipotle, name of this chili (pepper), ultimately from Nahuatl xipotli
a kind of chili, or hot pepper, that is a dried and smoked jalapeño: it is used esp. in Mexican cooking
also chipotle pepper
A ripe jalapeño pepper that has been dried and smoked for use in cooking.
Origin of chipotleMexican Spanish chipotle, chilpotle, chilpocle from Nahuatl chīlpōctli chīlli chili pōctli smoke
From Spanish chipotle, from Classical Nahuatl; see below.
- Choose from any of the subs that contain less than six grams of fat, stick with the white, wheat or sourdough breads, and don't add cheese, oil, mayonnaise, or high-calorie options like the Chipotle Southwest sauce.
- Other restaurants like Olive Garden and Chipotle Mexican Grill have limited options, yet still make an effort to offer safe options.
- Mayonnaise makes a good base for a southwestern spread with a bit of chopped chipotle and green onions.
- I like to finish this recipe with a sprinkle of chipotle herb mix, but it stands well on it own.