pasilla

Pasilla vs Jalapeno - What's the difference?

pasilla | jalapeno |


As nouns the difference between pasilla and jalapeno

is that pasilla is a variety of chili (a dried chilaca), used especially in sauces while jalapeno is .

Pasilla vs Papilla - What's the difference?

pasilla | papilla |


As nouns the difference between pasilla and papilla

is that pasilla is a variety of chili (a dried chilaca), used especially in sauces while papilla is (anatomy) a nipple-like anatomical structure.

Pastilla vs Pasilla - What's the difference?

pastilla | pasilla |


As nouns the difference between pastilla and pasilla

is that pastilla is a moroccan meat pie, usually of pigeon while pasilla is a variety of chili (a dried chilaca), used especially in sauces.

Pasilla vs Pasillo - What's the difference?

pasilla | pasillo |


As nouns the difference between pasilla and pasillo

is that pasilla is a variety of chili (a dried chilaca), used especially in sauces while pasillo is a south american genre of music with some of the features of european classical dance.

Pasella vs Pasilla - What's the difference?

pasella | pasilla |


As nouns the difference between pasella and pasilla

is that pasella is an extra or unexpected gift or benefit, such as that given to a customer when they purchase something else while pasilla is a variety of chili (a dried chilaca), used especially in sauces.

Sauce vs Pasilla - What's the difference?

sauce | pasilla |


As nouns the difference between sauce and pasilla

is that sauce is while pasilla is a variety of chili (a dried chilaca), used especially in sauces.

Chilaca vs Pasilla - What's the difference?

chilaca | pasilla |


As nouns the difference between chilaca and pasilla

is that chilaca is a variety of chili; when dried, the chilis are called pasillas while pasilla is a variety of chili (a dried chilaca), used especially in sauces.

Chili vs Pasilla - What's the difference?

chili | pasilla |


As a proper noun chili

is (lb).

As a noun pasilla is

a variety of chili (a dried chilaca), used especially in sauces.