Elote

Elote

Mexican Corn Chipotle Texas Style Boiled Add a gallon of water to a decent sized stock pot, add 6 to 10 cobs of shucked fresh, white corn. Be sure to remove the silk when shucking. Bring to boil over medium to high heat, cover and cook for 15 to 20 minutes or until kernels are […]

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Check out the Chipotle Texas Blogs

Check out the Chipotle Texas Blogs

Want to learn more about Chipotle Texas and our products. We post chile profiles, tips, recipes and more on our blog, be sure to check it out! Click here to visit the Chipotle Texas Blog

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Ancho Chile

Ancho Chile

Ever wonder what that unique southwestern flavor was in ranch style beans? Many people have come up to me and asked why they just could not make a dish taste southwestern. Most of the time, it is because many people think that the NuMex type chile is all we use in the southwest. This is […]

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Where is a Chile Hot?

Where is a Chile Hot?

Many people ask me “what is the hottest part of the chile?” If you say it is the seeds, you are wrong. The seeds have little to no flavor at all. In all chiles, except for the family chinense, the heat is found in the placenta. Capsicum, is concentrated in a vein that will be […]

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More videos on the way!

More videos on the way!

Chipotle Texas has more videos to share with you and will be uploading them to our web pages soon. If you have a topic relating to chile and chipotle, that  you would like us to cover please email us or comment on our Facebook Page.

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Chipotle Texas Tropical Shrimp Salad

Chipotle Texas Tropical Shrimp Salad

With the heat of the summer, I thought I would give everyone a nice cool recipe.  This salad is not only incredibly tasty but it is easy.  I like salad but I need a little protein with most meals.  Shrimp is good served cold and really changes a boring dish if done right.  Fiesta Green […]

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Guajillo

Guajillo

Today I would like to talk a little about the Guajillo Chile.  Many who look at it in the store would not tell it apart from a common Anaheim Chile.  It is really quite different.  The Guajillo is probably the most commonly used pepper  Mexican cooking in the northern states of Mexico.  It is used […]

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Jalapeño……

Jalapeño……

Exploring the mystery and versatility of the Jalapeño – a true staple of the southwestern kitchen!

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What’s in a name?

What’s in a name?

A brief article on the difference between chile and chili, and why we take it seriously.

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What is Chipotle, Really?

What is Chipotle, Really?

We are often asked, ‘What is chipotle? How is it made?’ – Gale Carr gives you the scoop on the process in this informative post.

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