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Unread 08-06-2013, 03:15 PM   #16
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Man that looks good and thanks for the rice recipe. I think I'll make that very soon.
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That is a very nice meal and I appreciate that you have shared it. I also enjoy seeing you with you family, everyone seems very happy!
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That looks so good!
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Oh Man, you have inspired me. I love chilis rellenos. I'm gonna try those soon.
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Those look awesome Tony!
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Great work, Tony!

Just curious, do you find the rellenos a bit soggy after putting them in the sauce? We usually top with sauce right before serving so the outer batter stays nice and firm.
I never had them with the sauce on top. This recipe Is the way my mom makes them. I like the texture but I will relay this to Maribel and next time we can do a side by side comparison....
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OMG!!! That's the main reason I don't make rellenos very often! The work. But they are definitely worth it. Maribel is spot on about browning the rice first. Something that I have started adding to my Spanish Rice is capers. Try em if you like em. I go the old school route and add a can of peas and carrots like my Grandmother would do. Man, this thread reminds me of all of excellent cooking and how much I miss it.
I like that sauce for the rellenos. My mom's go to sauce is based more on a roux and chunkier with pretty much the same ingredients but not blended.

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My mom makes the rice with peas,carrots,corn also... I miss my mothers cooks.
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So hard to make, so rare to find great examples in restaurants. It is a litmus test for Mexican restaurants for me. The egg batter makes them light as cheesy clouds. And don't even get me started about chile rellenos burritos.

Great job as usual guys, thanks for sharing.

PS.. My 81 regal was a POS. They look good, though.
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So hard to make, so rare to find great examples in restaurants. It is a litmus test for Mexican restaurants for me. The egg batter makes them light as cheesy clouds. And don't even get me started about chile rellenos burritos.

Great job as usual guys, thanks for sharing.

PS.. My 81 regal was a POS. They look good, though.
That's exactly what my wife said... If they can make a decent chile relleno they can make anything. One more thing if they don't sell horchata that probably means their food is not authentic.

This Regal was a 87 or 88 with a V8 and I think the moonroof was original. 84 cutlass was a cool car. My dad got it from a farmer in Hemet. It was full of chicken feathers and other animal hair.
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Great cook you two. Love rellenos.
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Thanks for the rice recipe, I did make them tonight although there was constant talk of rain so I make them inside.

Quick hijack here but here is what I made from your inspiration:



Thank you Tony and Maribel, it was a huge hit and I am going to bed but will be up for a while...

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You guys sure arent cutting corners bro. Looks bomb!

Ohh! The Regals and Cutlass'. Those were the days. I actually ran into a cruise that started in Whittier and ended up in Elysian Park not even two weeks ago. Flashback and it was a great surprise. Packed with a lot of nice rides. I managed to snap a few pics at the end for old times sake.



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Another very classy meal.
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