Top Rated Chile Verde Recipes

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Traci Des Jardins, Mijita, San Francisco, California, Cooking Light MAY 2005
This vibrant chile is even better the next day after the flavors marry. Make it ahead and store in the refrigerator up to two days. Serve with lime wedges and fresh cilantro. To freeze, let the chile cool to room temperature, then put into an airtight container and freeze up to two months; thaw overnight in the refrigerator.
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Sunset JANUARY 2006
Notes: To peel chiles, remove stems, slice in half lengthwise, then remove veins and seeds. Lay cut side down on a cookie sheet and broil 4 to 5 inches from heat until black and blistered, 5 to 8 minutes. Let cool, then peel. Prep and Cook Time: about 2 1/2 hours.
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Steve Dunham
This is my Chile Verde recipe, which I've developed over the years. I usually serve it with mexican rice, black beans, pico de gallo, and tortillas. (Update: I've corrected the name of the pepper I used, fleshed out the directions a bit, and added a few variations.)
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Miss Zula
By my Auntie Laura...
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wildheart
Next time, make this with beer!
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Tiny_Toodles
My MIL lives in Veracruz Mexico. She gave me this authentic green chile recipe last weekend. I made it last night and it is delicious and warming. If you do not eat pork you can also make this with shredded chicken. Just leave out the part of frying the meat.
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Malo Restaurant
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Chef #771187
From Cook This, Not That.
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cookiedog
This is the type of recipe that I usually just make by throwing in a handful of this and a bunch of that. I wanted to try a couple of recipes to figure out which one we liked best. I bought 10 lbs. of trocitos de puerco and tried 2 different recipes. The results? Depends on who you ask. I liked this one best and DBF liked the other one- recipe #369096 which leads me back to square one. This one has more complex flavors and the other has more pure green chile flavor. I mixed the two together and brought it to work to share with colleagues. It got rave reviews so I'm posting both recipes here. Choose which one suits you - or if you feel like cooking all day long, make one, then the other, then mix. However you make it, I'm sure you will get plenty of praise! From the foodnetwork.
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Recipe Circus
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darekmendoza
The burger form of chile verde, which is a spicy green jalepeno sauce with chunks of pork or chicken. The burger goes perfect next to fries with spicy seasonings
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Recipe Circus
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