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Definition of the noun Ancho

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noun - plural: anchos

  1. A broad, flat, dried poblano pepper, often ground into a powder

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  1. ANCHO is an Aviation waypoint.
    • also known as ANCHO fix, ANCHO waypoint, fix ANCHO, waypoint ANCHO
  2. Ancho a.k.a. Ancho, New Mexico: Ancho is an unincorporated ghost town in Lincoln County, New Mexico, United States. Located west of the Lincoln National Forest 2 miles east of U.S. highway 54, north of the town of Carrizozo.

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Google previewChili From the Southwest (2005)

Fixin's, Flavors, and Folklore by W. C. Jameson

Ancho is a Spanish term for wide, and indeed these tasty peppers are wide near the stern, tapering toward the end and forming a kind of long triangle. Anchos are the dried versions of poblanos, wide pods around four inches long.

Google previewWater-supply Paper (1915)

Corona is a small town between Ancho and Torrance, and post offices are also maintained at Tecolote (Eichel post office) and Gallinas (Holloway post office). Ancho is a settlement having stores and a post office. Pumping stations connected ...

Google previewEveryday Greens (2003)

by Annie Somerville

ANCHO CRESS This slender cress has long, single stems and wide, flat leaves— ancho means wide in Spanish — and a lot of flavor.

Google previewThe Kamado Grill Cookbook (2014)

Foolproof Techniques for Smoking & Grilling, plus 193 Delicious Recipes by Fred Thompson

The ancho is a dried poblano chile and packs a lot of flavor without much heat. Because the kamado is so good at maintaining a low temperature, the most common problem experienced with cooking ribs—the meat getting tough and pulling ...

Google previewSouthwest Table (2011)

Traditional Cuisine From Texas, New Mexico, And Arizona by Dave Dewitt

There are four main large peppers used as the base for sauces: ancho, pasilla, New Mexican, and guajillo. The ancho is a wide, dark pepper with a “raisiny” aroma.

Google preview--Geology and water resources of Tularosa basin, New Mexico (1915)

by Oscar Edward Meinzer, Raleigh Frederick Hare, New Mexico State University. Agricultural Experiment Station

Corona is a small town between Ancho and Torrance, and post oflices are also maintained at Tecolote (Eichel post ofiice) and Gallinas (Holloway post office). Ancho is a settlement having stores and a post oflice. Pumping stations connected ...

Google previewFonda San Miguel (2016)

Forty Years of Food and Art by Gilliland, Tom, Ravago, Miguel

The ancho is a rust-colored dry chile, broad at the stem end and narrowing to a triangular tip; anchos are poblanos that have ripened to a ...

Google previewThe Wizard of Food's Encyclopedia of Kitchen & Cooking Secrets (2010)

by Myles H. Bader

Ancho Dried peppers that are flat, wrinkled, and usually heart-shaped. Mild to moderately hot and usually ground before using in sauces and salsa. Cascabel Moderately hot ...

Google previewDictionary of Flavors (2017)

by Dolf De Rovira, Sr.

Some varieties are Serrano chilies, hot green chilies, Anaheim chilies, Habanera chilies, bullet chilies, smoked chipotle chilies, roasted ancho chilies, pickled jalapeno chilies, guajillo chilies, tepin chilies, negro chilies, lombok chilies, and ...

Google previewCRC World Dictionary of Plant Names (1999)

Common Names, Scientific Names, Eponyms, Synonyms, and Etymology by Umberto Quattrocchi

Brassicaceae Origins: Greek ancho "to bind, to strangle," anchonios "fit for stran- gle." Anchusa L. Boraginaceae Origins: Latin anchusa for a plant used as a cosmetic, ox-tongue (Plinius), Greek ankousa "alkanet," cosmetic paint for the skin; ...

Google previewInternational Dictionary of Food and Cooking (1998)

by Charles Gordon Sinclair

ancho. pepper. ananas (Poi Pineapple Ananas comosus n •• Pineapple ananas Conde Fn masc. Pineapple poached and served on dessert rice with a fruit syrup ananas a la creole // masc. Peeled and cored pineapple cooked in ...

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Ancho Seared Salmon

Mild Ancho pepper crusted filet of salmon. Served with tamalito, chayote, radish salad and a cilantro crema. Served at the Savory Street International Cafe, Sarasota Florida

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Scrabble value of A1N1C3H4O1

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