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How To Make Chiles Rellenos

Posted on 08 December 2012 by admin     

Learn how to make Mexican chiles rellenos at home with this easy video recipe. Chile rellenos are stuffed poblano peppers with cheese or beef, served with a simple homemade tomato salsa. HILAH COOKING: New Episodes Every Tuesday and Thursday! – – – – – – – – – – – Subscribe on YouTube (never miss a video!) Facebook: Twitter: Check out over 100 video recipes at – – – – – – – – – – – Hilah Cooking is a short-form, educational web series focused on making cooking FUN! We release two episodes every week. Our focus is on simple, low-cost recipes with a Texas flair. Everything is made from scratch, people! You will not see any packets of taco seasoning mix or gravy powder up in here. If you are going to learn how to cook, you are going to learn it for real! But I promise it will be fun and easy. – – – – – – – – – – – Beef picadillo filling recipe at http INGREDIENTS * 4 poblano chiles * 8 ounces cheese (Asadero, Oaxaca, Monterey jack, Muenster) * 2 eggs * 1 teaspoon vegetable oil * 1/2 large onion, sliced thinly into half-circles * 1 clove garlic, minced * 4 cups tomato sauce (1 pound fresh tomatoes pureed, or canned sauce) * 1 bay leaf * Salt and Pepper * Oil for frying (about a 1/2? deep, 2-3 cups of oil) INSTRUCTIONS Wash the peppers well. Roast the peppers over an open flame or under the broiler for about 2 minutes on each side until thoroughly blackened. As each is roasted, place in a large bowl and cover them with

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  1. Angelea Gillett Says:

    if you put olive oil on? your hands before you start messing with the peppers the olive oil protects your hands from the heat. Its a trick I learned from canning salsa :”)

  2. TheRayaRachel Says:

    with what do you do the? low fat verizon ?

  3. 3damariokart Says:

    Hey Hilah my niece is dying and she wanted to know if you could do a shout out to my channel and her . I’m not lying I promise. Her name is Kayce sheikscxneider. Seriously that’s? her last name .eaee reply

  4. hilahcooking Says:

    Thank you! Nogada has walnuts, right? Walnuts and pomegranate seeds? I like? it. 🙂

  5. lunitalatina1 Says:

    Hi!! I’m from Mexico, and let me tell you that you speak spanish very well! plus you make a really good work with these chiles. You could make? “Chiles en Nogada” too! In Mexico we eat them in August – September and they are very very tasty! XOXO

  6. ogphobe1818 Says:

    Wow on the vid, i cant even make that n im mexican i wish u were my? wifee :))

  7. jojo020989 Says:

    omg my mother in? law has those plates where did u get them n oh btw I love ur channel

  8. patcism Says:

    Do you? fry them in corn oil?

  9. jimmy legates Says:


  10. TheHillbillyHybrid Says:

    I hate mexican food, but I love? this dish. just the cheese

  11. hilahcooking Says:

    Sorry, just saw this. Any kind of cheese that melts good will work – monterrey jack is common. You could probably freeze the peppers stuffed with cheese, then thaw and batter and fry when you’re ready. Or even just freeze the roasted? peppers on their own. Don’t try freezing them battered, though.

  12. hilahcooking Says:

    I? love chicharrones!

  13. germandlpg Says:

    Hila im so happy i found you here? on youtube you made my cooking a las joyable. Im mexican and i want to recommend you a dish it is called chicharrones con chile… you can make them red or green!!! spicy mild or hot!!! youll enjoy them and you should make a video on that i unfortunatly dont know the recipe..

  14. Crystal Tost Says:

    I have used everything from Mozza to Colby Jack cheese I think? whatever you like is best. I don’t think they would freeze very well though.

  15. cclar14 Says:

    Ok so like everytime i go to a mexican joint I go hog wild on these things.I just got some poblanos seeds from E-bay and im gonna have some Rellenos cooking partys if you will. So two questions.What? kind of cheese is the most commonly used,and can these be cooked in bulk then frozen to enjoy later.

  16. thepandy2007 Says:

    Hilah, I didn’t know beautiful women know how to? cook! I’ve been wrong all my life.

  17. ????????? ???? Says:

    looks?? delicious

  18. hilahcooking Says:

    Thank you so much! I wish you? could see the big smile your comment just put on my face. 🙂 So happy they turned out well for you. Good job cooking!

  19. Bill Sanchez Says:

    Thank you so much for this recipe, Hilah. I’ve never watched any of your? videos but I googled ‘Chiles Rellenos’ and found this video. Awesome work! I made these following your recipe and they were so tasty (I suck at cooking, too, but how hard is it with a guideline?). I shared this video with a lot of friends (I only have three friends).

    All jokes aside, though, (I really only have three friends) this recipe is great and thanks so much for sharing. Great Job!

  20. brandonlasvegas Says:

    what kind? of hand do your get???

  21. mslsalwayz7 Says:

    ooo that looks yummy ima make this in the morning,

  22. yorubablk3 Says:

    So delicious! I make mine with shredded chicken.:-)?

  23. hilahcooking Says:

    Oh that’s making me so? hungry!

  24. hilahcooking Says:

    You can, but you’ll definitely want to remove the seeds because they can be bitter. My friend and her mom taught me how to make this? so I think about them when I make it now. Thanks for subscribing!