Hatch Green Chile Recipes
Roast them, grill them, stuff them, smother them — however you decide to prepare your green chile, I hope you enjoy them to the fullest. Being that it’s green chile season I thought I’d share some of my favorite Hatch/green chile recipes with you below. From appetizers to sides to main dishes you can’t go wrong with the addition of this fruit (not vegetable) to any meal.
These peppers are vibrant in color and pack an extreme amount of flavor in every bite. Afraid they might be too spicy or hesitant to make them because you’re unsure how? Watch my video on How to Roast Chile Peppers and give them a try.
The distinctive aroma of roasted chiles from mid-August to early October kicks off the autumn season for Southwestern food lovers.
Not finding what you want below then check out my cookbook, Muy Bueno: Three Generations of Authentic Mexican Flavor, for more inspiration.
Queso Fundido with Mushrooms and Hatch Green Chile
This two cheese queso dip is combined with a mouthwatering mixture of sautéed shiitake mushrooms and Hatch green chiles and made entirely in a cast iron skillet for easy serving.
Salsa Casera de Jesusita (Jesusita’s House Salsa)
This easy to make house salsa is a perfect appetizer with a basket of your favorite tortilla chips or as a delicious topping to your next meal. There’s even a video on how to make it!
Hatch Green Chile and Cheese Empanadas
The key ingredient in this delicious dough recipe is beer making these spicy and savory, bite-sized hand pies tender and flaky and oh so heavenly to eat.
Cheddar and Green Chile Scones
Wanna feel like you’re at a bed and breakfast? Then make these simple cheesy and buttery-rich scones as an addition to your next breakfast or brunch table.
Roasted Green Chile Chilaquiles
These spicy and creamy chee-lah-kee-less are the perfect recipe for breakfast or brunch—a true Mexican comfort food at its best.
Egg and Green Chile Croissant Panini
Inspired by a delicious brunch at a French bakery these tender, butter-flavored pastries are overloaded with farm-fresh eggs, roasted green chile, slices of avocados, tomatoes, and melted queso Oaxaca. So yummy!
Pork Green Chile
Smother over breakfast burritos or just eat it as a stew with warm tortillas this versatile yet unique thick green Colorado style chile can also be frozen for a low-stress weeknight dinner with the family.
Enchiladas Verdes con Pavo (Green Chile Turkey Enchiladas)
This recipe combines a family favorite, mom’s enchiladas verdes, with shredded turkey. Stacked or oven style, with or without leftover pavo, you’ll find yourself making this recipe again and again.
Smoked Pork Chops Stuffed with Oaxaca Cheese and Green Chile
These butterflied pork chops stuffed with shredded Oaxaca cheese and roasted green chile strips are cheesy, spicy, smoky, and juicy. A true show-stopper!
7 Comments on “Hatch Green Chile Recipes”
I roast my chiles when i peel the chiles the flesh is stuck to the skin. what am i doing wrong?
when i roast grill or broil the chiles they ate blistered and charred then i peel the flesh is stuck to the skin. what am i doing wrong?
Are you steaming the chile peppers after they are roasted?
Can you freeze Jesusitas salsa after it is all made of just the chiles ??
Absolutely! I often freeze this salsa.
Roasting green chilies is the smell of fall!
Hi, I wanted tell you that i love your post for recipes with roasted Hatch green chili’s! I purchase them this time every year at raley’s & bel-Air Markets. I have a question about your recipe, enchiladas verdes com pavo. On the stacked style: do you bake them at 350 degrees like the rolled version? I would think you do, but the recipe doesn’t mention that you do, in that section.