A broad, flat, dried poblano pepper, often ground into a powder (noun)
Examples of word ancho
In addition to the more famous restaurants, Cuernavaca has its share of mom-and-pop eateries like Restaurant Taxco, which features a good variety of enchiladas with various fillings and sauces, and local specialties like rabbit in ancho chile adobo and chicken in peach sauce.
However, while perusing their dinner menu I've just found "Sonoran Wild Boar Carnitas" (simmered in ancho chile sauce with roasted chayote squash) that sounds really promising (Meg, can you hear me?).
Among the more traditional dishes of the Chontal, whose towns and villages are spread out along waterways, are grilled armadillo, crawfish in ancho chile sauce and crab in red pipian.
Poblano/Ancho 500 - 2. 5K SHU These are the same pepper really, but the ancho is the ripe, dried form of the poblano.
Poblano/Ancho 500 - 2.5K SHU These are the same pepper really, but the ancho is the ripe, dried form of the poblano.