Throw a Pepper Fiesta with Chiles Rellenos

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Chiles Rellenos Chiles Rellenos in Tomato Broth from Food Network Magazine

Summer FestWe’re teaming up with other food and garden bloggers to host Summer Fest 2010, a season-long garden party. Each week we’ll feature favorite garden-to-table recipes and tips to help you enjoy the bounty, whether you’re harvesting your own goodies or buying them fresh from the market. To join in, check out awaytogarden.com.

Mild poblano peppers are the star of this Mexican food favorite, chiles rellenos. The peppers (look for darker colored poblanos for the richest flavor) are stuffed with cheese, dipped in egg and fried until the cheese is melted and the outside is crisp. They’re a fiesta on a plate, especially when paired with a fresh, tomato-based sauce like the Food Network Magazine version above.


More Stuffed Peppers to Love
Marcela’s Mexican Made Easy Chiles Rellenos
Bobby’s Grilled Stuffed Jalapeno Chiles
Guy’s Poblanos Stuffed with Chorizo, Shrimp and Rice

peppers Guy over-stuffs poblanos with Mexican-style chorizo, shrimp, rice and lots of cheese

See How Bobby Does It
It’s a Chiles Rellenos Throwdown, and Bobby Flay goes all out with this recipe: Eggplant and Manchego Filled Chile Relleno with Red Pepper-Balsamic Sauce

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Comments (8)

  1. Sarah says:

    Love Love Love Chile Rellenos! Yum!!!

    I'm so excited that summer turns into Fall Fest! We're big pepper lovers in our home and are enjoying them fresh as well as canning them for fall and winter hamburgers, chilis, chile rellenos, soups and stews.

    After living in New Mexico for four years for college, I fell in love with Hatch Green Chile and in this post show you how to oven roast them as well as can them for the pantry (and directions for freezing are included as well) http://heartlandrenaissance.com/2010/08/we-interr

    And one of our favorite condiments when we eat Mexican food is jalapenos en escabeche. I make mine lacto-fermented and raw and, in the fridge, they last forever! We're finishing a jar that I made up last year! The carrots are my favorite while the jalapenos are my husband's: http://heartlandrenaissance.com/2009/09/jalapenos

    Thank you for hosting Fall Fest! I can't wait to read the other participants!

    Best,
    Sarah

  2. Naseer says:

    Mmm….we love stuffed peppers. Thanks for the additional recipes to add to our repertoire.

    Here’s a Green Thumb Geeks recipe that we posted earlier when the pepper harvest was booming:

    Cheddar-Stuffed Jalapeno Burger

  3. Kathleen says:

    Love these recipes and especially love Chiles Rellenos! I made some peppers and onions for a fabulous piece of grilled tuna. http://dejavucook.wordpress.com/2010/09/01/grille… onions/

  4. Naseer says:

    One more contribution for Summer Fest on Green Thumb Geeks by my wife, Emily: Jalapeno Poppers!
    http://www.greenthumbgeeks.com/2010/09/recipe-jal

  5. Purple Cook says:

    Fall Fest:
    I made this pepper dish last week and dropped it on the floor and ruined it with shattered glass. And I was so looking forward to eating it. I tried again last night and really enjoyed my dinner.

    Pesto Sausage and Peppers with Cous Cous http://purplecook.blogspot.com/2010/09/pesto-saus

  6. Like Sara (above!) I LOVE love love chiles rellenos. Thanks for this great recipe.

    For Summer Fest this week, I posted a round up of One Hungry Mama pepper recipes including a Red Pepper Walnut Dip, Grilled Tuna & Cubanelle Peppers w/ Olive & Caper Vinaigrette, Roasted Poblano Cream Sauce, and more!

  7. Krissy H says:

    wow I cant wait to make this!

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