Hatch Chiles

Sep 07

Spicy Seafood Ratatooie with Rotini, Because I Cannot Pronounce Ratatouille

I will be honest, if I had never seen the advertisements for the animated movie Ratatouille, I would have probably have never known this word yet alone what was included in this French dish. That is not to say that I looked at any recipes prior to making this meal. Ratatouille is a southern French …

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Sep 06

A Spicy Hatch Chile Pepper Relish

Relishes and chutneys seem to be all but forgotten in the modern kitchen. With the abundance of fruit and vegetables available all year round, there really isn’t the same need to preserve the harvest as it was in previous generations. This year because because of writing the blog, I have been more aware of what …

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Sep 04

Hatch Chile Partybrot – pull apart bread

It’s coming to the end of the Hatch Chile season, but there are just enough left in the shops to try some other recipes, and even when they do run out, Anaheim and Poblano Chiles are a good substitute. Partybrot is German for ‘party bread’, which is a type of pull-apart bread. ‘Party bread’ as …

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Aug 29

Low Carb Hatch Chile Pepper Lasagne

My wife has decided that she is going to take part in a weight loss challenge at work,  so therefore I am having to come up with tasty dishes that meet her requirement of no carbs after 5pm. I never have a problem coming up with new dishes to try, apart from when there is …

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Aug 21

Roasting Hot Hot Hot!

It’s Hatch Chile season in the South West US at the moment and there is a glut of really cheap chilis piling up in the supermarkets. At less than $1 per pound you can get about 8 large chilis, so I have been taking advantage of the harvest and most dishes have Hatch Chiles in …

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