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LOOKING for: Fresh green Chimayo chile peppers

Posted by pindert (My Page) on
Fri, Aug 23, 13 at 2:20

My stepdaughter visited friends, and came back with a bag full off fresh, green (not red) Chimayo peppers. They are about 4 to 5 inches long, and about an inch wide. I haven't tried tasting one yet. I'm trying to figure out what to do with them. What I'm finding on the web is all about dried Chimayos or dried-and-ground Chimayos. Saw a couple things about what to do with "ripe" (aka red) Chimayos. But nothing about green ones. Any suggestions?


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RE: LOOKING for: Fresh green Chimayo chile peppers

From what I read they can be used either way.

Sort of like green bell peppers versus red. Perhaps the riper red ones are more mellow??


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RE: LOOKING for: Fresh green Chimayo chile peppers

I think they'd make great chile rellenos!


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