This post has kindly been sponsored by The Hatch Chile Store. All thoughts and opinions are my own and highly persuasive :0)
If you like jalapeno poppers, you are going to LOVE these new fried Green Chile strips made with famous Hatch green chiles! They only take about 10 minutes to make and are crazy addicting; perfect for an appetizer or game day food.
All you need to make this recipe for Famous Fried Hatch Green Chiles are whole (roasted and peeled) Hatch green chiles. You should be able to find these in a large can, -OR- buy them fresh and roast them yourself. See here for instructions.
How to Make Famous Fried Hatch Chile
It’s important to blend up the cilantro-lime crema dipping sauce first when making this recipe, so it can chill in the fridge while you fry up your new favorite New Mexican snack. Then you can serve fresh hot Famous Fried Hatch Green Chiles with the perfect complement of a cool creamy sauce.
To bread and fry your green chile strips, you’ll need flour, egg, milk and a box of crunchy seasoned breading for chicken (you know, the kind that comes with a bag for you to shake all over your meat, then bake). That’s it! I’ve included a delicious cilantro-lime crema dipping sauce recipe in this post as well. It’s perfectly paired with these Famous Fried Hatch Green Chiles.
I used Hatch green chile that I ordered from The Hatch chile store to make these Famous Fried Hatch Green Chiles. I roasted, peeled and froze most of my chiles whole. Making this recipe really couldn’t be easier, just dip green chile strips in flour, egg wash, and crispy crumbs. Fry for just a few seconds until golden and they’re done!
These deliciously golden fried, crispy-crunchy strips of spicy hot fruit are reminiscent of a jalapeno popper, yet the unique and delicious flavor of Hatch Green Chile is conveyed to your tongue instead with each bite.
The sun-dried corn breading tossed with savory herbs is fried to mouthwatering perfection to coat the soft flesh of each pepper. Paired perfectly with a cilantro-lime crema dipping sauce to cool the chile pepper heat and compliment the savory breading, It would be a sad shame indeed if one left this life without trying this delectable treat.
If you like hot peppers, or green chile peppers, or both, you will absolutely LOVE LOVE these Fried Hatch Green Chile strips! Enjoy this fantastic recipe :0)Print