Tag: chiles

  • Tilapia with Fresh Corn and Hatch Chiles

    It’s that time of year that some wait on pins-and-needles for… hatch chile season!  The roasters are out in full force at several grocery stores in the area, and with a freezer full of chiles, I wanted to find a recipe off the beaten “green chile stew”/”green chile enchiladas” path.  This recipe is adapted from […]

  • Chicken Enchiladas with Red Sauce

    These enchiladas come from favorite Healthy Latin Cooking — the filling is simple (chicken and onion) with a flavorful sauce made with New Mexico chile peppers. Chris says: These were a little time consuming, but worth it. The chicken is really juicy. Lisa says: They’re good! It’s a bit spicy… Chris says: Well, I used […]

  • Latin Tomato and Mushroom Soup

    Tonight I made a soup adapted from The Mushroom Lover’s Mushroom Cookbook: a chicken broth-based soup with plenty of veggies, chicken, and sauteed mushrooms. The original recipe suggests huitlacoche (also known as ‘corn smut’), but I couldn’t find any here in Seattle. Chris says: This is really good — and a nice change of pace […]

  • Shrimp Chiles Rellenos

    Tonight’s recipe comes from The Mushroom Lover’s Mushroom Cookbook. Roasted poblano peppers are stuffed with shrimp, portobello mushrooms, corn, onions, cheese, and cilantro. What to do for the guest who doesn’t enjoy mushrooms (or onions, or cilantro)? Just sub peas! Chris says: Wow, this is a really good recipe. I like that these aren’t the […]

  • Delicious Seared Tuna Salad with Chayote Slaw

    Tonight we tried out a main dish salad from Mexican Everyday by Rick Bayless. A bed of romaine is topped with a chayote slaw tossed in a guajillo chile dressing and seared tuna. A lot of different textures and flavors going on with this salad! Chris says: I really love this guajillo chile dressing — […]