One of our favorite Green Chile Recipes is this Green Chile Bread recipe. Hatch green chiles and cheddar cheese makes the most amazing chili cheese bread ever.
During my years in New Mexico, I loved Green Chile Season. And the smell of the roasting green chile in the air was just unbelievably amazing. I totally fell in love with green chiles during this time of my life
We start our Green Chile Cheese bread by mixing our yeast with warm water, then adding room temperature butter, sugar, salt and lukewarm milk. Add this point add the chopped fresh green chiles and the grated cheddar cheese and combine. If you are not fortunate to live near an area that selling freshly roasted Hatch Green Chile, it can be purchased and shipped to you. Find it here> Hatch Green Chile or you could substitute> Hatch Valley 505 Flame Roasted green chile in a jar.
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Sprinkle 3 cups of the flour into the mixture and use a Kitchen-aide Mixer dough hook attachment or spoon to mix well. Continue kneading and adding flour one cup at a time until a soft dough is obtained. Place dough in a large buttered bowl, cover and set in a warm place to rise.
Divide and place each half of the dough in a bread loaf pan. Let rise for another 45 minutes. Bake your green chile bread in a 375-degree oven for 45 minutes. Remove loaves from oven and gently remove from pans, place on wire racks to cool.
We love using our>> Fiddle Bread slicer to make even perfect slices of this amazing chili cheese bread.
Sounds delicious. Has anyone tried this at 7,000’ elevation? Adjustments?
Thursday 2nd of February 2023
I'm not sure is my honest answer. I have never lived nor cooked at that elevation. I have baked this with these directions at 3,900 elevation and my present elevation of 1,719. I'm so sorry I was unable to help you. But please let us know if you do make the adjustments.
Monday 8th of October 2018
If you don't have fresh roasted chile and used canned chile, make sure to drain the liquid off. Otherwise, you'll need quite a bit of extra flour which causes there to be quite a bit more dough than will reasonably fit into two loaf pans! Still quite tasty though. Wish the cheese flavor came through a bit more. Perhaps next batch I'll add a bit more cheese or sharp cheddar for a bit more cheese flavor.
Monday 8th of October 2018
Thank you so much for your comments about our recipe and your tips. It's always nice to have feedback. Hugs
Monday 5th of March 2018
I just made this bread and it is delicious!! Make sure you grease the pan very well!
Friday 28th of November 2014
As soon as I read the recipe title I knew this was yours! A local corner grocery makes jalapeno cheese bread, but I like green chilies more. I made your green chile strips for burgers recently...will have to post about that. Very good!Thanks for linking, Evelyn!
Monday 17th of November 2014
Hi Evelyn,We are going to love your Green Chile Cheese Bread, we are big Green Chile fans! Hope you are having a great day and thanks so much for sharing this awesome post with Full Plate Thursday.Come Back Soon!Miz Helen