Is a chile relleno a chile ancho?
Chile relleno is a stuffed chile (with cheese or meats) than fried or grilled, a chile ancho is a poblano chile that has been dried (very hot)
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Chile is located in South America. From Wikipedia: "The Republic of Chile is a country in South America occupying along, narrow coastal strip between the Andes mountains to the eastand the Pacific Ocean to the west. It borders Peru to the north,Bolivia to the northeast, Argentina to the east, and t…he DrakePassage in the far south. With Ecuador, it is one of two countriesin South America which do not border Brazil. The Pacific coastlineof Chile is 6,435 kilometres (4000 mi). Chilean territory includesthe Pacific islands of Juan Fernandez, Salas y Gamez,Desventuradas, and Easter Island. Chile also claims about 1,250,000square kilometres (480,000 sq mi) of Antarctica, although allclaims are suspended under the Antarctic Treaty." ( Full Answer )
We are known for being the thinnest and longest country in the world. Did you know that Chile owns a part of Antarctica?! Being Chilean rocks!! Ans 2. Chile is not the thinnest country in the world; there is a part of Norway (about a third of the way up going from south to north) where the west…ern border of Sweden is only 4 miles from the North Sea ! Chile does not own part of Antarctica - no country does, following an international treaty agreeing that no country shall claim sovereignty over any part of it. Countries are allowed to establish stations for scientific research and some do. Real Answer 3 Chile is famous for Wine, Corre, and Giant qondor Real answer1 All three answers are right mostly number three though. ( Full Answer )
Since there are two mountain ranges in Chile (the Andes and the Coast range) there are plenty of mountains. The higher mountain (actually is a volcano) is in the Andes mountain range, and it is called 'Ojos del Salado'. It is the highest volcano in the world and the 2 nd highest peak in South Ameri…ca at 6,893 metres (22,615 ft). ( Full Answer )
VerÃ³nica Michelle Bachelet Jeria is the Presidentof Chile. She was the first female President of Chile from 2006March 11 to 2010 March 11, and was re-elected for the 2014 - 2018term. Chile's presidents are not re-electable immediately.
Chile imports petroleum and petroleum products, chemicals, electrical and telecommunications equipment, industrial machinery, vehicles, and natural gas. chicken
There are various theories about the origin of the word Chile. According to a theory by 17th century Spanish chronicler Diego de Rosales, the Incas of Peru called the valley of the Aconcagua "Chili" by corruption of the name of a Picunche tribal chief ("cacique") called Tili, who ruled the area at t…he time of the Incan conquest in the 15th century. Another theory points to the similarity of the valley of the Aconcagua with that of the Casma Valley in Peru, where there was a town and valley named Chili. Other theories say Chile may derive its name from the native Mapuche word chilli, which may mean "where the land ends," "the deepest point of the Earth," or "sea gulls; or from the Quechua chin, "cold", or the Aymara tchili, meaning "snow".Another meaning attributed to chilli is the onomatopoeic cheele-cheele-the Mapuche imitation of a bird warble locally known as trile, before common in the central valleys.The Spanish conquistadors heard about this name from the Incas, and the few survivors of Diego de Almagro's first Spanish expedition south from Peru in 1535-36 called themselves the "men of Chilli." Ultimately, Almagro is credited with the universalization of the name Chile, after naming the Mapocho valley as such. ( Full Answer )
The Republic of Chile is a country in South America, between the Pacific Ocean and the Andes mountains.
this is not a reasonable question? accually, and suprisingly, they do. I'm doing a report on Chile, so i even looked this question up, and they have a certain day they celebrate it on. which is June 12. Puerto De Rieno, is what they call it. In 1973, David Honier, or in Spanish, Dinvan Juper, was t…he one who discovered a mystery island who no person ever new about. that island is so small.... you can even see it on an map! that's all i know! :-) bye ( Full Answer )
Chile is a huge exporter of wines. The Chilean people pride themselves on having some of the most fertile and proficient weather for growing some of the worlds finest wine grapes.
Right now, in the year 2010, there has been 32 miners trapped in an underground mine, so far, over half have been rescued.
Religions: Roman Catholic 70%, Evangelical 15.1%, Jehovah's Witness 1.1%, other Christian 1%, other 4.6%, none 8.3% (2002 census)
The Pacific Ocean on the west, Peru on the northwest, Bolivia on the northeast and Argentina to the east.
VerÃ³nica Michelle Bachelet Jeria is a Chilean politician who hasbeen President of Chile since March 11, 2014.
You can smell anything in Chile that you can smell anywhere else.This means you'll smell the flowers and vegetation as well as thenations food.
An excellent resource on information on every country in the world is the CIA World Factbook, found at:. https://www.cia.gov/library/publications/the-world-factbook/index.html
I am from Chile . However depending on the person you are asking, they could or could NOT be form Chile.
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Chile is a country on the Pacific coast of South America, it is entirely south of the equator, and therefore it is not in the U.S. (United States), although it is part of the Americas.
Pablo Neruda (1904 - 1973) was a famous Chilean poet. He was born in Parral, Chile and studied at the University in Santiago.
One of Chile's most popular nicknames is 'la roja'. The translationfor 'la roja' in English is 'the red'.
The People Population: 16,454,143 (July 2008); 0,98 males per female. Religion: Catholic: 70%, Protestant: 16%, Other: 14%. Language: Spanish (official) and some indigenous languages, mainly mapudungÃºn (mapuche), quechua, and rapa nui. Government Official Name: Republic of… Chile Type of Government: Representative Democracy, Presidential Regime Capital: Santiago Administrative Divisions 15 regions: AisÃ©n del General Carlos IbÃ¡Ã±ez del Campo, Antofagasta, AraucanÃa, Arica y Parinacota, Atacama, BiobÃo, Coquimbo, Libertador General Bernardo O'Higgins, Los Lagos, Los RÃos, Magallanes y de la AntÃ¡rtica Chilena, Maule, RegiÃ³n Metropolitana (Santiago), TarapacÃ¡, ValparaÃso. Independence: September 18, 1810 (National Holiday) ( Full Answer )
Although the combination of Chile peppers and oregano for seasoning has been traced to the ancient Aztecs, the present blend is said to be the invention of early Texans. Chili powder today is typically a blend of dried chiles, garlic powder, red peppers, oregano, and cumin.
Chile isn't in a state its in a continet which the continet is South America along wtih Brazil and other
There are several theories about the origin of the word Chile: The ancient incas from Cusco used to call the lands located south from the Atacama desert Chile, by corruption of the name of a Picunche tribal chief ("cacique") called Tili, who ruled the area at the time of the Incan conquest in the… 15th century. Other theories say Chile may derive its name from a Native American word meaning either "ends of the earth" or "sea gulls"; from the Mapuche word chilli, which may mean "where the land ends"; or from the Quechua chiri, "cold,"or tchili, meaning either "snow" or "the deepest point of the Earth. Another origin attributed to chilli is the onomatopoeic cheele-cheele-the Mapuche imitation of the warble of a bird locally known as trile. The spanish conquerours, once settled in PerÃº, kept calling that way to the region in the south as valley of Chile. Ultimately, Diego de Almagro is credited with the universalization of the name Chile, after naming the Mapocho valley as such. . It is a simple answer that it's often overlooked due to it's simplicity. It's because of the shape the country portrays on the map... A chilli, translated to Chile. ( Full Answer )
im not sure. but look somewhere else; this isnt the place to look for answers; theyre not always correct. (like the idiot who answered this question)
Its a country-Star Atomic Chile is assumed to be drived from the Mapuche word chilli , possibly meaning where the land ends.-mellbryan
Bernardo O'Higgins is the 2nd Supreme director of Chile. He is also considered to be one of Chile's founding fathers.
This wonderful recipe is a Mexican staple. Poblano or Anaheim green chilies are roasted, skinned, stuffed with cheese, meat, or various other ingredients, dipped in egg, and then fried in lard.
tacos no i don't know!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! scrub with local areas of small trees, thin grass, or in the south, bog or bare rocks broadleaf evergreen forest, broadleaf deciduous and some evergreen coniferous grass with patches of low forest or scrub patchwork of cultivated vegetation and pastu…reland Desert or alpine barrens;glaciers in the south stupid ( Full Answer )
According to 'Chile Addict' I found online Chile ancho is milder than Chile arbol. On a scale of 1-10, 10 being hottest: Chile ancho ranks a 3-5 Chile arbol ranks a 7-8
The Chile religion mainly comprises of Catholics and Protestants and the proportion vary drastically on the basis of the society and economical status of the country. However the principal religion in Chile is Roman Catholicism.
your question is like where is Canada-USA so they are both countries from south America
The Altamaca desert, Easter Island, Parinacota Volcano, the Andes Mountains, Beagle Channel, Titanium La Portada, Gran Torre Costanera, La Moneda Palace, Santa Lucia Hill, O'Higgins Park, Central Railway Station, Municipal Theatre of Santiago, Club Hipico Racetrack, Justice Palace, Nahuelbuta Nation…al Park and numerous beaches and ski resorts. ( Full Answer )
You can visit the Andes mountains, tour the wine country or visit the beach towns. Santiago has beautiful parks with hikng trails.
Well I'm a chilean, and as far as I know we can grow our own chiles in our garden if we want, but chiles are not native from my country. hope it helps :)
Chile with a capital C is a nation in South America. Chile with a lower-case "c" is one of a family of peppers.
The Government of Chile has been historically a presidential representative democratic republic since 1810 (with a break between 1973-1990 during Pinochet military junta), whereby the President of Chile is both head of state and head of government , and of a multiparty system that thru a bino…mial system permitting two major coalitions in the National Congress. Executive Power is exercised by the government. Legislative Power is vested in both the government and the two chambers of the National Congress which is based in Valparaiso (120km /80mi from Santiago, the Capital). The Judiciary is fully independent of the executive and the legislature. The major challenge of this strong Presidential system is to share power with the National Congress, where nowadays, senators and deputies have little or no power to exert pressure or create new laws without the support of the executive. ( Full Answer )
Chile has white-mediterranean majority that would exceed 60% to 90% of the Chilean populatio n because most show varying degrees of mixed ancestry. The white segment of Chile's populace consists mainly of people descended from colonial Spanish settlers (predominately Basque), and to a lesser ex…tent, of people of German, Italian, Irish, French, English, Swiss and Croat ancestry, singly or combined with each other. The mestizo segment, in this respect, derives its European component from colonial Spanish settlers (mainly Andalusians and Castilians), while its Amerindian component derives from various tribes or nations, mainly Picunches and Mapuches. The Afro-Chilean population has always been negligible, reaching a high of 2,500 during the colonial period; their racial contribution is less than 1%. The current non-mestizo Native American population is relatively small. According to the Census 2002, 4.6% of the Chilean population considered themselves indigenous, although most show varying degrees of mixed ancestry. ( Full Answer )
Nope. They are both countries in South America. They are neighbors but not the same country.
Chile lies on the boundry of two techtonic plates, the South American plate and the Nazca plate. It has experienced many earthquakes. The two most notable are the 1960 Great Chilean earthquake also know as the Valdivia earthquake. It was the largest earthquake ever measured and recorded. It was als…o the location for the 5th largest recorded earthquake, the 2010 Chilean earthquake of February 27th, 2010. ( Full Answer )
Yes, plenty in fact. However, the salmon industry has been in trouble for the past 5 years because of poor farming practices. In short, too many salmon were put together in farms and they were fed with some product that caused them to get sick. Because they were close together, most contracted the n…ew virus and some salmon escaped the farms, thus passing the virus to wild varieties and salmon in other farms. In a rush to make money, Chilean salmon businessmen destroyed their own livelihood. The industry is recovering but it will take time and in the meanwhile, countries like the US, Canada, Japan, are producing a lot of salmon ( Full Answer )
Ummmmm... All i know it that there is the santiago basin which is a basin shaped vallley...and The Atacoma Desert..=) 0= thank you that all i know!! also there is the Andes, Torres del Paine, and moais(the Easter island heads) breton sucks butt
You're probably talking about the Valdivia earthquake in 1960, which is the biggest earthquake reported. The Chile earthquake occurred in February 2010. Hope I helped.
Chile Weather and Climate . Ranges from hot and arid in the north to very cold in the far south. The central areas - including Santiago - have an often idyllic Mediterranean climate with a colder, wetter season (May to August). Much of the south, from Region VII down has a very high annual rainfal…l. . Required Clothing . Lightweight, natural fabrics. Rainwear for the wet season. More substantial waterproofs are often needed in the south.. Read more: http://www.worldtravelguide.net/country/57/climate/South-America/Chile.html#ixzz0jCImbaMR ( Full Answer )
Yes, there are tons of them! I just got back from there, we all have bites. They kept us awake at night buzzing in our ears. They don't have screens in Chile, so a lot more get in the house.
Mostly white European mixed with Amerindian (about 95% of the population) and the rest are pure European, Palestinian, native Amerindian and a small Asian community.
Here is a list of some of the homonyms of Chile (which whencapitalized like this is usually referring to the country): . Chile is the pepper, spelled with a lower case C in the US. Itis spelled other ways in other places. . Chili is the spelling for the soup in many countries includingthe US, bu…t has different spellings in other places across theworld. It is properly spelled chilli in Britain. . Chilly is the word for being cold. . Chilli is the nickname of one of the members of the band TLC. . Chilly can also mean scary, like a chilly movie or book. . Chilli is a European spelling for the pepper. . Chillie is also how the pepper is spelled in some places in theUK. ( Full Answer )
Learn all the tricks to making a great chile relleno. Allow yourself a little extra time the first time you make it, but once you learn how, they are very easy. Make sure you have all the tools and ingredients assembled first. You can omit the flour for a low-carb version.
The Southern Hemisphere- it is a long, thin country that runs alongLatin America's Western Coast, separated from Argentina by theAndean Mountains to the East. Its Northern tip abuts Peru andBolivia.
You could be asking about either of the following: 1. The nation of Chile. This word was around by the time theSpanish arrived in the 16th Centuruy. It has been suggested that itcomes from a word meaning "land's end" or perhaps "cold" (by chanceresembling English "chilly"). 2. Spicy pepper (spelle…d chili in English, chile in Spanish). Thisword was adopted from Nahuatl or Aztec language. 3. Chile con carne. The dish originated in the U. S. Southwest andnamed from Spahish for "chili [pepper] with meat." ( Full Answer )