noun, plural ja·la·pe·ños [hah-luh-peyn-yohz; Spanish hah-lah-pe-nyaws]. /ˌhɑ ləˈpeɪn yoʊz; Spanish ˌhɑ lɑˈpɛ nyɔs/.
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Salt-and-pepper shrimp stars springy seafood in a jumble of sliced jalapeños and smoky-sweet onions.At Lucky Danger, two talented chefs just want to have fun with their American Chinese food|Tom Sietsema|March 19, 2021|Washington Post
Add some spicy bites to your sauce by chopping some jalapeños, or even replace some of the water with jalapeño juice—the liquid the peppers come in when you buy them in a jar.
Lastly, when it comes to heat, including the whole jalapeño will lead to a prominent, but manageable, level of spice.This vegan soup gathers greens, grains and peanut butter in one spicy bowl|Aaron Hutcherson|January 7, 2021|Washington Post
Her tortilla chips are made to order and warm to the touch when you eat them, preferably with the chef’s surprisingly light guacamole, best ordered “spicy” with jalapeño.Taqueria Xochi serves mouthwatering Mexican food from a tiny U Street storefront|Tom Sietsema|December 18, 2020|Washington Post
Add the onions to the skillet in two piles and top with the jalapeño slices.Give in to pandemic cravings, starting with a homemade cheesesteak sandwich|David Hagedorn|December 10, 2020|Washington Post
Add jalapeno slices and pineapple and drizzle Cholula on top.
By the time I got to the recipe for bacon jalapeno pizza—a personal favorite of mine—I was almost ready to forgive Ms. Lauer.