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Is chipotle chilli vegan?

Chipotle chilli is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is chipotle chilli?

Chipotle chili is a smoky, dried and ripe jalapeño pepper that adds depth and complexity to any dish it's added to. With a distinct flavor profile that is both spicy and earthy, it is a popular ingredient in Mexican and Tex-Mex cuisine. Chipotle chilies are versatile and can be used in sauces, stews, marinades, and rubs for meat or vegetables. They are also a great addition to dips, salsas, and dressings, providing a subtle heat and smoky aroma. Chipotle chili is available in various forms, including whole dried peppers, ground powder, and canned in adobo sauce, making it easy to add a touch of smoky spice to any dish.

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