Hatch Chile Relleno Casserole with Ranchero Sauce
Hatch chiles are New Mexico's gift to the world. Here are layers of Hatch chiles and melted cheese wrapped up in a coat of puffy egg and then baked instead of fried.
Creamy Roasted Hatch Pepper Dip
This zippy dip will have your mouth singing for more! Roasted Hatch green chiles, jalapeno peppers, and creamy ranch dressing combine to make the perfect dressing for salad and a dip to die for! Let it rest for a mouth-watering melding of heat and creaminess!
Hatch Chile Enchilada Pie
Tasty comfort food and a fun way to use slightly spicy, slightly sweet Hatch chiles when they're available at the grocery store.
New Mexican Green Chile Chicken Stew
An easy, hearty stew that is perfect for chilly fall and winter months. The amount of green chiles used depends on the strength of the green chile and how spicy you like your dish. Can be made in advance and reheated. Can also be frozen. Serve with warm tortillas.
I've been making this Hatch green chili for years and it never fails to please!
Colorado Green Chili
This is a vegetarian green chili that you find all over Colorado. Goes great over breakfast burritos, cheeseburgers, fried eggs or anything.
Santa Fe Hatch Chile Green Sauce
Serve over enchiladas, pork, or chicken. Serve right away or freeze for later use.
Hatch Chile Salsa
You'll think you're in Mexico when you eat this easy, quick, no-cook salsa. Great on tortilla chips!
Creamy Hatch Chile Chicken
Hatch chiles are in season for only 8 weeks a year, 10 weeks if the weather is extra warm. Our local markets roast and sell them in 25-lb boxes. We buy 50 lbs every year, package them, and freeze them. This flavorful recipe can be served in tortillas, over rice, or by itself.
Hatch Chile Verde
Hubby and I are Hatch chile fanatics. We buy 50 pounds of roasted Hatch chiles when they are in season. We portion them out and freeze them so they are readily available. This chile verde does not call for tomatillos because I wanted the chiles to be the star of the recipe.
Slow Cooker Pork Green Chili
This pork chili is made with hatch green chile peppers. It's great by itself or as a topper to burritos, enchiladas, or eggs!
Sea Bass San Sebastian
Chilean sea bass, also known as Patagonian toothfish, has landed on lots of 'do not eat this' lists due to overfishing, but the fish can be found through sustainable sources. Flavored mayonnaise keeps the sea bass moist while it's cooking, and you can create countless sauce variations by changing the seasonings. The recipe is inspired by the cuisine of San Sebastian.Sponsored By [object Object]