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#6850752 - 08/09/17 01:05 PM Hatch chile
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Pics are backwards. Long story short was in Taos last week and picked up a 25# box of Hatch medium chiles for $13.99. Never really messed with them but the first round of cooking turned out pretty good. Had a chile roasting party Sunday afternoon and split them up with some dummies, er buddies.... Best way to eat them so far was straight off the grill, peeled, on a tortilla with a little salt. Thanks to my buddy Tom from NM for that nugget of info. Big stockpot in the photo was plum full of roasted peppers plus one of my larger mixing bowls so we all got plenty to freeze up.

I cook at the office a few days a week to feed the guys. Today it was chicken with green sauce, hominy casserole, beans and homemade guac. Started by cooking about 15# of boneless chicken breast in a couple electric roasters. Douced them with some different seasonings I had, half covered with chicken broth so they'd stay juicy and cooked at 375 till they pulled apart. Chunked them up in one roaster, stirred them up in the juices to stay moist, added green sauce(made mostly from a recipe I got here sauce recipe, added a little quesadilla cheese and cooked for another 15 min or so. Got some straight up hispanics that work here and they were impressed. I thought it was pretty dang good too..









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#6850756 - 08/09/17 01:08 PM Re: Hatch chile [Re: chalet]
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chef
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#6850823 - 08/09/17 02:04 PM Re: Hatch chile [Re: chalet]
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Pull them off fire and right into plastic bag and seal bag. Bread bags are traditional. The skins will slide right off.
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#6850878 - 08/09/17 02:48 PM Re: Hatch chile [Re: chalet]
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Will have to try that, we were tossing them in a bowl and covering with wrap. Learned that its better to over cook a little than to undercook. Didn't realize how much work it would be. Told my buddy Tom about them and his said man, we need to have a roasting party TODAY if you want to do it right. Fired the grill up, got some beer, busted out the Mescal and got it done. It was all going good til Lance showed up with the goat, then things got fuzzy....
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#6850972 - 08/09/17 04:02 PM Re: Hatch chile [Re: chalet]
Dave Davidson Offline
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I got tired of roasting and peeling. I now buy them ready to go from Central Market. I generally wind up with about 35 pounds in the freezer every year.
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#6850988 - 08/09/17 04:17 PM Re: Hatch chile [Re: chalet]
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Looks and sounds tasty up
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#6850994 - 08/09/17 04:24 PM Re: Hatch chile [Re: chalet]
bigbob_ftw Offline
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would be good on a burger.
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#6852088 - 08/10/17 04:36 PM Re: Hatch chile [Re: chalet]
Buzzsaw Offline
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Oh He77 yes !!
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#6853980 - 08/12/17 03:04 PM Re: Hatch chile [Re: chalet]
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Registered: 04/05/09
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Loc: Irving Tx. and Cedar Creek Lak...
Krogers has them on sale for 88 cents a pound or a 25 pound case of them for 18 bucks.

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#6854168 - 08/12/17 06:21 PM Re: Hatch chile [Re: chalet]
blazin Offline
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That looks excellent. I use those hatch chiles in a ton of stuff as well.

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#6854914 - 08/13/17 03:07 PM Re: Hatch chile [Re: chalet]
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They are good added to rotel dip too
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