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Hatch Chilies are in but watch out #7920413 08/01/20 05:14 PM
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I bought some at Tom Thumb, grilled them put them in ziplocks. There was NO "meat" all skin, suked


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Re: Hatch Chilies are in but watch out [Re: Buzzsaw] #7920742 08/02/20 12:32 AM
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Re: Hatch Chilies are in but watch out [Re: Buzzsaw] #7920809 08/02/20 01:46 AM
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the two I grilled tonight were great very meaty and mild, great flavor


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Re: Hatch Chilies are in but watch out [Re: Buzzsaw] #7921316 08/02/20 07:39 PM
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It's always a crapshoot if you are really getting Hatch. But the bigger issue is how they are roasted. Fire up too long then they really go limp. I but them and roast myself using a 135K btu propane torch. Just takes a few minutes each side then dunk them in a 5 gal bucket of cool water to stop the cooking process. I just did a dozen 15 minutes ago.


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