2012 It's Hatch Chile Season. Discuss Your Hatch Chile Recipes

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Re:2012 It's Hatch Chile Season. Discuss Your Hatch Chile Recipes 2012/09/05 12:01:37 (permalink)
manofschwa What an excellent idea!!

Hatch Chile Corned Beef Hash
One potato, grated through large holes of a box grater
An equal amount of home corned beef, chopped (brined, boiled, then cooled for ease of more controlled shredding and chopping)
1/2 Spanish onion, diced
3 Hatch chiles, seeded, ribbed, and chopped

Fry in a tablespoon or so of oil until a crust begins to form, seasoning with Kosher salt and fresh-cracked black pepper midway through.  Enjoy.


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Re:2012 It's Hatch Chile Season. Discuss Your Hatch Chile Recipes 2012/09/11 10:58:03 (permalink)
Recipe: Grilled Sweet Corn with Roasted Hatch Chiles
Ingredients:
10 ears Corn, sweet
12 Chiles, Hatch
4 oz Butter, unsalted
8 oz Cream, heavy, whipping
Method
* Build fire in backyard grill
* liberally brush peppers and corn with oil {I like peanut}
* Grill corn long enough to get a little char but do not thoroughly cook
* Roast chiles til nicely charred
* Heat butter in cast iron pan
* Holding ear of corn perpendicular to your body lightly scrape top portion of kernels with sharp knife into bowl
* Flip knife around and using dull side repeat process scraping each kernel thoroughly off cob {this method is key to releasing the sweet milk that's in each kernel
* Process chiles in Cuisinart til roughly chopped
* Add corn to cast iron pan
* Add chiles to cast iron pan
* Fry for 2 minutes
* Add heavy cream
* Cook for fifteen minutes til cream is reduced and corn and chiles create a melange
Voila! You now have one of the great side dishes known to man.
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Re:2012 It's Hatch Chile Season. Discuss Your Hatch Chile Recipes 2012/09/11 13:08:02 (permalink)
Just been working on organizing my cookbooks, (been collecting for a while).  Anyway, One of the ones I recently came across was a copy of "Award Winning Recipes from the Annual Hatch Chile Festival"  It's the 5th edition put out in 1989.   Not sure about the recipes in it though, editing was non-existent.  The Grand prize winning recipe from 1984 only lists amounts for 4 ingredients, 3 more are used in the instructions, so I guess they are to taste?  Whatever, it's neat to look through & check out the uses for peppers.
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Re:2012 It's Hatch Chile Season. Discuss Your Hatch Chile Recipes 2012/09/11 23:21:14 (permalink)
scrumptiouschef:  I'd take your great sounding recipe in post #34 and add it to a basic non-sweet bread pudding recipe, creating a pudding that is savory.
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Re:2012 It's Hatch Chile Season. Discuss Your Hatch Chile Recipes 2012/09/12 01:25:09 (permalink)
the final consistency is very pudding like, you could fold some eggs in it, top it with bread crumbs and have a nice casserole/scalloped corn dish.
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Re:2012 It's Hatch Chile Season. Discuss Your Hatch Chile Recipes 2012/09/12 01:35:03 (permalink)
Aha!  Sounds delicious.
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