Friday, August 27, 2010

Hatch Green Chile's



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The Hatch Green Chile's are in the super market and the farmers markets.  These Chile's from Hatch, New Mexico are one of the real treasures of summer.  We always get excited when the Hatch Chile's hit the stores.
These are the best Green Chile's that I have ever had.  Come on in and we will show you what we do with our Chile's.
The first thing we do is put all the Chile's on a very hot grill and burn the skin on the Chile.  Then quickly take the Chile off the grill and put them into a stainless steel bowl and cover with foil.  Allow the Chile's to completely cool before taking the foil cover off the bowl.


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Next we peel the Chile.  If you have allowed the chile's to cool completely the peeling will come right off,.
and by now the whole house is filled with the wonderful smell of Green Chile's.  It smells heavenly.
 
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It really doesn't take that long and you have a whole platter of Chile's ready to use. Next put your Chile's in the refrigerator and let the chile's chill for at least 2 hours, it will be easier to handle the chile as they are fairly fragile at this point.
 
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Next pull the stem out of the chile, and most of the seed will come with it. You can easily pick the rest of the seed off of the Chile. Today I will be preparing some of my Chile's for the freezer and stuffing some for my recipe.

Stuffed Green Chile's 
These Chile's are part of a food menu plan  from"Whats For Dinner Next Week"on this blog
  Whats For Dinner Next Week
12 Roasted, Peeled, and Seeded Green Chile's
Option: Canned Green Chile's
2 cups Frozen Corn :Black Beans With Tomatoes, Peppers and Onions

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1 cup Long Horn Cheese Shredded
1 cup Monterey Jack Cheese Shredded
Mix the thawed uncooked vegetables with the shredded cheese

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Stuff the Chile's

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Sprinkle the remainder of the vegetable and shredded cheese mixture on top of the Chile's
Bake uncovered 350 degrees for 30 minutes

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Serve with Mango Yogurt Dressing, Rice and Tortilla's add a green tossed salad and it is a wonderful meal.
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Enjoy your Chile's and Happy Eating!

Peace and Joy
Miz Helen
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5 comments:

  1. Hi Janita,
    Welcome to the Country Cottage! It sure smells like Green Chile's here today...Yummy!

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  2. I am about to go pick up some Hatch chiles this weekend! Love them.

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  3. Yum! Those peppers look amazing! I'm stopping by to say Hi from Miss Amy!
    Welcome to the blogging world!
    ~Liz

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  4. I truly believe that you have found your Niche, I am thrilled that you are doing so well at this and of course it is sucha blessing that you are sharing with the world what I had growing up. I am s proud of you Mom and you continue to be such an inspiration to be each and every day.

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  5. I wish we would have had that recipe a few months ago when we had hot green peppers in our garden and didn't know how to use them :)

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