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Old 01-01-2016, 05:12 PM   #1
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Chile Rellenos

6-12+ Large chiles
several traditional varieties to choose from, the most commonly available is the Pablano. In a pinch you can use a Hatch (popular in New Mexico), Anaheim or even Green Bell Pepper.

6-12+ Eggs
one egg for each chile works out perfectly.

Cheese
enough sliced or shredded to fill the chiles.
a good soft melting cheese is a must, a few good Mexican varieties are usually found in most large grocers.

Meat (optional)
shredded beef/chicken or crumbled sausage.

2 cups Flour

Roast chiles over high heat/direct flame to char and loosen skin.
Place in plastic bag to help steam the skin loose and make them easier to peel.
Peel, then you can make a slit in the side and either de-seed them or not.
Wash, dry and then you can fill with cheese (meat is an option).
Dust stuffed chiles in flour and set aside.
I use toothpicks to hold the chiles closed.

Separate whites from yolks, whip whites till stiff, then whisk yolks into whites.

Heat oil in skillet or fryer, in a skillet you need enough oil to cover at least half the chile.

Dip chile in egg batter, cover completely, fry till golden brown.

Sauce
1 can Rotel
1/2 stick of butter
1 cup chopped onion
1 cup chopped bell pepper
1 heaping tsp minced garlic
sea salt, chile powder, cumin and season to taste.

Saute onion, bell pepper and garlic and seasonings in butter.
Add Rotel and simmer a few minutes.
Then I puree it in a blender and return to the pot and a low simmer.
















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Old 01-01-2016, 05:15 PM   #2
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Dang that looks awesome!
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What time did you say we are eating?
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Great looking food chili!
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Another copied recipe...

Thanks!

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Man Yeah!!! Love those things!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Another copied recipe...

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That looks awesome. Gonna try them out this week. Thanks for the recipe.
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