Hatch Green Chile Strips with Honey Teriyaki Dipping Sauce
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Monday, October 6, 2014

Hatch Green Chile Strips with Honey Teriyaki Dipping Sauce

Hatch Green Chile Store sent me green chile hoping I would use their chile in a recipe and mention the Hatch Green Chile Store.   All opinions are 100% mine!
One of the biggest things I miss about New Mexico is the abundance of fresh green chile!  I really like jalapeƱos but totally love, I mean head over heels in love with green chiles!   


I have just learned that these babies can be shipped right to the ranch by the Hatch Green Chile Store
The Hatch Green Chile Store  ships authentic New Mexico chile in vacuum packed bags right to your door! 

This Hatch Green Chile is flame roasted in the traditional New Mexico Style, peeled by hand and frozen in 1 pound bags.   It's available in whole or chopped and in mild, medium or hot!  
As soon as I received this package, I knew exactly what I would be making using these fabulous green chiles!

Hatch Green Chile Strips


Ingredients
    For the Chilies
    • 1 cup flour
    • 1/2 teaspoon salt
    • 1/2 teaspoon baking soda
    • 1/2 cup water
    • 2 egg whites, whipped
    • vegetable oil
    • 10-12 Fresh Green Chiles, roasted, peeled with stems still attached
    For the Dipping Sauce
    • 1/4 cup teriyaki
    • 2 Tablespoons honey
    • 2 green onions, sliced
    Instructions
    For the Chilies
    1. Combine the flour, salt, and baking soda in a large bowl
    2. Add the water and mix well
    3. Carefully fold in the whipped egg whites
    4. Heat oil in a large skillet or deep fryer over medium high heat
    5. Dip each green chile into the batter
    6. Fry each chile until golden brown, turning occasionally
    7. Serve with the dipping sauce
    For the Dipping Sauce
    1. Combine the teriyaki, honey and green onions
    2. Serve at room temperature
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    15 comments:

    1. There are so many great ways to use these lovely green hatch chilies. I think roasting is a great way to start. Yum!

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    2. I love hatch green chiles! Sometimes I roast and add them to my favorite Mexican dishes and a long time ago, I made a stuffed chile recipe that was so good! What a wonderful treat to get in the mail!

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    3. Mmm...I love peppers, including the hot ones. I love smoked peppers even more. This sounds great!

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    4. looks so good! I love spicy food!!!

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    5. Hatch green chilies are the best! That green chili stew looks pretty good too!

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    6. I've never seen these... I need to find them! I look delicious!!!

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    7. I HAVE TO MAKE THESE! Pinning your recipe and heading over to Hatch Green Chili Strips to purchase the right now!

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    8. I love hatch green chili's! I put them in my chicken enchiladas and they are the perfect amount of flavor! All your dishes look great.

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    9. I love all your ideas. I've never had hatch chili's, but it's always such a big thing at the grocery stores here.

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    10. These go on my "must make" list for sure. I love foods with a little kick and this one fits the bill for me. Found your recipe at the In and Out of the Kitchen Link Party. I am one of the hostesses of Tickle My Tastebuds and would love you to stop by and link up this recipe if you have not yet already. Here is the link
      http://bit.ly/1vNELPU
      Lori

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    11. I love hatch green chillies! This looks fantastic. I love it. Thanks for sharing, I will definitely be making these.

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    12. I love green chiles. In enchiladas, eggs, rellenos. Love 'em. These chile strips look awesome. I want to put them on a burger! Thanks for sharing--I chose your chiles to feature this week.

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    13. Evelyn, I have been seeing your yummy chiles everywhere- they are very popular, and I completely agree! Thank you so much for sharing them with us at Treasure Box Tuesday! Pinned! :)

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    14. I love the way these chiles look and sound! I can totally see how these would be great in everything! Thanks for the recipe!

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    Thank you so much for your sweet comments:)))