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Old 01-11-2018, 03:44 PM   #1
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I have a recipe for chili that calls for roasted New Mexico green chilies. Not gonna find them this time of the year in New England. I can find them chopped frozen online for like $14/lb - ouch. So, if I have Anaheim and Poblanos here (prolly Californian?) are they close enough?
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Old 01-11-2018, 03:47 PM   #2
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I have a recipe for chili that calls for roasted New Mexico green chilies. Not gonna find them this time of the year in New England. I can find them chopped frozen online for like $14/lb - ouch. So, if I have Anaheim and Poblanos here (prolly Californian?) are they close enough?
I would think so.

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I have a recipe for chili that calls for roasted New Mexico green chilies. Not gonna find them this time of the year in New England. I can find them chopped frozen online for like $14/lb - ouch. So, if I have Anaheim and Poblanos here (prolly Californian?) are they close enough?
Anaheims would be very close, so you should be good to go with those.
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Old 01-11-2018, 04:43 PM   #4
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Old 01-11-2018, 05:13 PM   #5
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A history.

The variety of species is listed st the bottom. Colorado dirt grows excellent chile as well.
https://www.hatch-green-chile.com/ne...ile-varieties/
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Yes, roast and use both. Consider roasting a jalapeno and a serrano for a little heat and depth of flavor.
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Its chili. Any pepper will do :)
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Anaheim's will do it. Buy them, roast them, peal them, use them. They are the closest thing you're going to get. "Hatch" is really all about marketing where they are grown. As 16Adams said, Colorado grows some good chile too. Also Northern NM, near Chimayo and the valley between Española and Taos. In those places, a wide variety of peppers are grown. Your Anaheim peppers are probably raised in a greenhouse somewhere, but they will do.
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Either / both will be fine.

Another educational link:

http://chilefacts.nmsu.edu/
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I use Carolina reapers for everything.
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Does that go over well with everybody?
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You must have a special, ceramic lining in the GI tract...
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Does that go over well with everybody?
No, definitely not. Only on my food. I have a shaker of it everywhere I go
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No, definitely not. Only on my food. I have a shaker of it everywhere I go
Me too :)

Ghost peppers here, but close enough!
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