This may sound like a strange combination of ingredients but they really worked well together. I had bought several mangos and found them disappointingly sour, stringy and not very tasty. I thought cooking might sweeten them up a little bit. Also, I like the way sweet and savory sometimes compliment each other, at least to … More Ramps, Mango, Hatch Chiles & Curried Tofu With Brown Rice
I roasted and froze most of the Hatch green chiles we purchased recently but saved out a few for stuffing. The ones roasted over charcoal are too well cooked to hold up for stuffing but chiles charred with a torch flame readily shed their skins but remain fairly firm. The charred chiles were covered with … More Cilantro/Lime/Corn Sauce Over Jackfruit Stuffed Hatch Chiles
I have been neglectful posting on the blog of late. It hasn’t been for lack of worthy subject matter, but rather, due to laziness and distraction with other interests. A parcel containing 5 pounds of fresh Hatch, New Mexico chiles was delivered to our porch today. Faye had ordered them early in the spring. We … More Hatch Chile Sandwich
Sometimes I can’t resist indulging my penchant for cheese.
High on the list of things to do today was to fire up the charcoal grill and roast Hatch chiles. I also wanted to include Hatch chiles somehow in todays menu. The first thing that came to mind was a Hatch chili pepper sauce over butternut squash enchiladas. I brushed slices of squash with coconut … More Butternut Squash Enchiladas With Hatch Chile Sauce
Look what I found! Hatch Chiles are ubiquitous out West but this is the first I’ve run across them in this part of the country. I’m open to suggestions…