Our non-stop craving for soup continues. We’re currently living in typical Colorado January weather. Which means a Wintery mix of cold, snow, grey but with a smattering of a few beautiful sunshine days to remind us that Spring is only 6 Mondays away. Soup is the “right” thing to eat this time of year
Switch up your Summer burger routine with these Hatch Green Chile burgers. Oozing with green chile and Southwestern flair.
This Southwestern recipe using Hatch Green Chile flavored pasta is fabulous mixed with a spicy cream sauce, chicken breast and spinach.
Roasted Hatch Green Chile Sauce. Simply roasted green chile and garlic come together for a lively flavor for any meat.
Hatch Green Chile Dip. Luscious and velvety with cream cheese, yogurt and mayo, and spiced up with lots of chopped Hatch Green Chile and Chimayo chile powder.
Warm pita bread may be one of the best simple pleasures in life. Soft, chewy and so wonderful in flavor. And when cut into those fluffy little triangles, so perfect and pretty for dipping. Thanks to Debra over at Eliot’s Eats and her recent trip to New Mexico for this idea. Her visit to a
This simple green chile sauce is spot on for this bacon, egg and potato smothered burrito. The method for building the burrito is perfect, and a final stop in the oven means there isn’t a rush to have all the ingredients ready at exactly the same time.
This short rib stew with hominy and potatoes is simple in seasoning relying on the unique flavor of roasted Hatch Chile to flavor the dish. Can’t purchase authentic Hatch green chile? You can order it delivered directly to your doorstep.
Once you cross that border from New Mexico to Colorado, you’ll find a much different version of Hatch Green Chili.
Pork roast that’s been sprinkled with a chile-lime seasoning, slow roasted, shredded and then tossed in a spicy orange tomato sauce.