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Old 08-02-2020, 06:01 AM   #1
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Default Tutorial—What are “Hatch” & “Pueblo” Green Chile

Easy to read to see what the fuss is all about

https://info.unitedsupermarkets.com/...d-up-for-hatch

http://pueblochile.org/
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Old 08-02-2020, 07:34 AM   #2
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Peppers from Hatch or Pueblo, NM. Usually fairly large 4-7 inches or so. Mild, medium hot and hot. They are are great in pork stew, chili, whatever. I just ordered 5 lbs Friday.


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https://www.hatch-green-chile.com/


When they arrive, roast them on a gasser, bag and freeze.


When I lived in The Woodlands area north of Houston, HEB would have a big roaster outside this time of year for the peppers.
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Old 08-02-2020, 07:39 AM   #3
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I should be in Pueblo in a couple weeks. Depending on what I find there I may order the Hatch “Charger” green chile from their website. I can get a Hatch varieties locally pretty much all month
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When you roast/freeze at home, do you peel the skin off before freezing them or nah? I have a bag of Hatch’s I plan to roast today.


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I freeze them with the skin on, no particular reason, and peel to use. I'm sure you could peel first if you want.
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Great post Adams, very informative
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Picked up 10 riper Hatch Green Chile. You pay more when you hand select, but you avoid scuds. Riper Green Chile have more color
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When you roast/freeze at home, do you peel the skin off before freezing them or nah? I have a bag of Hatch’s I plan to roast today.


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Either way. I think they retain some of the roasted flavors when you freeze with skin on.
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Gotta make some green chile hamburgers now!

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We generally put the prep time in before freezing - peel, devein and deseed.
It's ready to use after thawing.
It will gain heat after freezing, especially if the frozen with the vein.
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