Chipotle Chocolate Chili Okay, for any of you who have been reading for awhile, you’ll know that I have uber-picky eaters at my house, namely my husband and my son. So imagine my surprise when I made this chili for the first time last year and both of them ate it up. Willingly. And then they had more. And then my husband told me that this was THE chili recipe he’d been longing for the whole time we’d been married. The bones of this recipe come from Cooking Light. I’m betting there are some chili cook offs in your future, so give this twist on an old classic a shot! Chipotle Chocolate Chili 1 lb. lean ground turkey 1 large onion, chopped 1 red bell pepper, minced 2-3 cloves garlic, minced 2 15-oz. cans diced tomatoes 2 14.5-oz. cans kidney beans, drained and rinsed 1 15-oz. can beef broth 3 Tbsp. brown sugar 2 Tbsp. chili powder 1 tsp. ground cumin 1 Tbsp. unsweetened cocoa powder (NOT Nesquik! 1/2 tsp. freshly-ground black pepper 1/2 tsp. Chipotle sauce (from the can of chipotle chilies) Light sour cream Ingredients:
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Baked Breakfast Taquitos with Lime-Chipotle Dip Since our baked taquitos are one of the most popular recipes on our site, Kate suggested the brilliant idea of coming up with a breakfast version! I tinkered until I came up with something delicious and might I say, these are divine. They’re also great make-ahead food and they’re freezer friendly so check out the end of the post for those details. This recipe starts out with super creamy scrambled eggs. Add some seasonings and then gently fold the eggs in your hot skillet to scramble them. Remove them from the heat and add pepperjack cheese, diced roasted red bell peppers, sliced green onions, and cilantro. Gently fold the egg mixture together and douse it with a little hot sauce Place egg mixture on soft flour tortillas. Roll them up, brush with a little oil and bake in the oven to perfection. While the taquitos are baking you can whip up your dipping sauce. Put it all together and you’ve got a killer brunch, breakfast, or dinner! 16 6″ flour tortillas cooking spray or olive oil
Edible Landscaping: Organic Gardening And Landscape Design Photos du journal How To: Work with Canned Chipotle Peppers in Adobo Sauce Every time I write a post including canned chipotle peppers I think we should really have a resource post for those who aren’t familiar with them or might even be afraid to try something new. So here we go! What are they? Chipotles are small peppers (often jalapenos), usually 2-3 inches long that have been dried by a smoking process that gives them a dark color and a distinct smoky flavor. Where do I find them? Are they spicy? Is there an alternative? How do I handle them? Most recipes call for a very small amount and I feel like it’s a waste to buy an entire can. Me too! Line an ice cube tray with plastic wrap. I really like to have my sauce and my peppers separated because I have a lot of recipes where I just use the sauce, and others where I use the peppers, and some where I use both. I pulse it a few times until they’re very finely minced. Use a teaspoon or Tablespoon to measure your sauce and/or peppers into the tray. Then I put in the peppers, by teaspoons. Southwest Burgers
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Forms of Chipotle Peppers and Their Uses - Chipotle Peppers Chipotle Peppers take many forms, from chipotle pepper powder to chipotle peppers in adobo and each one can be used effectively in many dishes. Dried Chipotle Pepper Pods The standard way to find them, there are several varieties of chipotle peppers, each with their own nuances. Chipotle Peppers in Adobo These are chipotle peppers that have been stewed in a lightly seasoned liquid, normally a vinegar mixture. Chipotle Pepper Chili Powder One of the easiest ways to get the flavor of chipotle peppers is to use the powdered version. Chipotle Pepper Hot Sauce Another convenient way to get chipotle pepper flavor is through chipotle pepper hot sauces. Explore More About Chipotle Peppers with These Books The Pepper Pantry: Chipotles - 50 Great Recipies Crazy for Chipotle Beginning with Chiles: How to Roast, Peel and Prepare Chile Peppers Love Chile Peppers?