Green chili hamburgers

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2005/08/11 10:34:21 (permalink)

Green chili hamburgers

Did anyone see the green chili hamburgers on The Food Network last night with Bobby Flay - 8/10? I didn't get to see what they put in green chili mixture and was wondering if anyone else had? They sure looked tasty and not something I've tried before.





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    olphart
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    RE: Green chili hamburgers 2005/08/12 02:41:26 (permalink)
    We roast poblano and Anaheim peppers, then seed and skin them and freeze them in small bags for later use. When we grill hamburgers, we simply put slabs of the peppers on like you would lettuce. It doesn’t get any simpler, and you get the full taste of the green chilies.
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    RE: Green chili hamburgers 2005/08/16 13:44:59 (permalink)
    Exactly!!! back in '96 I was in Twenty Nine Palms CA for a big Marine exercise and my crew got chow at a restaurant on the main drag....cheeseburger came with a roasted Anaheim pepper on it instead of lettuce.....great taste and was totally different way of dressing a burger....good stuff
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    AtHomeGourmet
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    RE: Green chili hamburgers 2005/08/16 13:49:56 (permalink)
    That's a great suggestion and I'm dying to try it out!

    That reminds me that I also like to mix Chipoltle seasoning with mayo for a burger spread. Not totally healthy but then again it's going ona burger so WHO CARES! Great flavor with a little heat and it's simple. Also goes well for a chicken sandwhich. :-)
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    RE: Green chili hamburgers 2005/08/16 14:23:31 (permalink)
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    RE: Green chili hamburgers 2005/08/16 20:49:47 (permalink)
    quote:
    Originally posted by backfrmIraq

    Exactly!!! back in '96 I was in Twenty Nine Palms CA for a big Marine exercise and my crew got chow at a restaurant on the main drag....cheeseburger came with a roasted Anaheim pepper on it instead of lettuce.....great taste and was totally different way of dressing a burger....good stuff


    Now THAT sounds good!!!i miss those burgers from when i lived out that way!---and by the way---WELCOME HOME!!!!
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    tiki
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    RE: Green chili hamburgers 2005/08/16 20:53:46 (permalink)
    quote:
    Originally posted by AtHomeGourmet

    That's a great suggestion and I'm dying to try it out!

    That reminds me that I also like to mix Chipoltle seasoning with mayo for a burger spread. Not totally healthy but then again it's going ona burger so WHO CARES! Great flavor with a little heat and it's simple. Also goes well for a chicken sandwhich. :-)


    Never done it with a chipolte "seasoning"--but have added well blended chipolte peppers and a splash of tabasco to my mayo--and your right its great in chicken!
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    RE: Green chili hamburgers 2005/08/16 23:14:27 (permalink)
    Being in New Mexico now on vacation, green chile (cheese) burgers are a staple. You get them everywhere. I just went to the Santa Fe County Fair, and a chile cheeseburger combo (burger, chips,soda) was about $4. Same at the Santa Fe Rodeo last month. Every place you go has them, more available than hot dogs or other "meats". Right now, being chile roasting season, you have a choice of mild, medium hot and hot. You can get a 30 lb. bag of green chile for about $12, buy them raw, buy them roasted by the container, buy them frozen (called "autumn roast"), buy them ground and dried, in cans, also jars of prepared green chile, green chile sauce, green chile salsa. Bobby Flay should just come on over to Albertson's supermarkets here.
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