[chi-poht-ley; Spanish chee-pawt-le] /tʃɪˈpoʊt leɪ; Spanish tʃiˈpɔt lɛ/
noun, plural chipotles
[chi-poht-leyz; Spanish chee-pawt-les] /tʃɪˈpoʊt leɪz; Spanish tʃiˈpɔt lɛs/ (Show IPA). Mexican Cookery.
a pungent red pepper, often pickled and eaten as an appetizer or added to meat stews, sauces, etc.
“smoke-dried jalapeño chili,” from Mexican Spanish, ultimately a Nahuatl (Aztec) word, said to be a compound of xilli “chili” + poctli “smoke.”
/ˌtʃɪpəˈlɑːtə/ noun 1. (mainly Brit) a small sausage in a narrow casing noun very small thin Italian pork sausages flavored with chives, cloves, coriander, thyme, and sometimes red pepper; also called chippolata Word Origin Italian ‘little fingers’ Usage Note cooking
[chip-ij] /ˈtʃɪp ɪdʒ/ noun 1. the fact or an instance of : The pottery could not be insured against chippage.
- Chip pan
noun 1. a deep pan for frying potato chips, etc
[chip] /tʃɪp/ noun 1. a small, slender piece, as of wood, separated by chopping, cutting, or breaking. 2. a very thin slice or small piece of food, candy, etc.: chocolate chips. 3. a mark or flaw made by the breaking off or gouging out of a small piece: This glass has a chip. 4. any […]