A large, mild green chili with a flavor similar to that of bell peppers but slightly hotter. Its tough skin makes it popular for stuffing and roasting. Higgins says that minced with garlic, toasted almonds, and parsley, it's a superb garnish for meat dishes.
Credit: Photograph by Michael Pirrocco
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