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Thread: Green Chile Egg Relleno Rolls

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    Senior Member Phyllis nm's Avatar
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    Cool Green Chile Egg Relleno Rolls

    Ingredients:

    4 cups peeled & seeded green chile (Hot is best if you can handle)
    1 pkg. Egg Roll/Wonton Wraps
    32 oz pkg shredded Monterey jack cheese
    1 tsp. Paprika
    1 tsp. Cumin
    1 tsp. Garlic powder
    1 tsp. Salt
    2 eggs
    1 Tbs. Water
    2 quarts vegetable oil

    Preparation:

    1)Mix spices in a bowl, if you have a shaker you can put them in, better.
    2)Prepare green chile by peeling, seeding, draining and sprinkle with spice mixture to taste.
    3)Beat 2 eggs & water for egg wash to seal Green Chile Relleno Egg Rolls
    4)Open pkg. of Wonton Wraps carefully so that you can continually close after each roll to keep moist.
    5)Pour Oil in deep pan, heat to 375
    6)Take one wrap, place 1 spread green chili to fit in center, add 1-2 tablespoons of the cheese, then fold the chili over so cheese is in center keeping edges clear.
    7)Use a finger to paint the egg wash on the edges of the wrapper
    8)Begin rolling starting with bottom corner closest to your body, then sides, firm up the egg roll wrap so semi tight, without tearing.
    9)Roll the final top flap to seal
    10)Roll about six at a time, place in 375 degree oil and deep fry for 3-5 minutes or until golden brown.
    11)Remove from oil placing on paper towels to drain.
    12)Serve hot with your choice of dipping sauce such as chipotle ranch, green chile dip, habanero mango salsa, etc.

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    Senior Member Akweiland's Avatar
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    Yummy! Thank you for sharing!

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    Junior Member scarlet14's Avatar
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    in order to peel green chilis you have to roast or broil and char the peel and let them steam to peel---like eating celephane if you don't take that skin off---becarefull handling tham I just did 18 and even though I coated my hands with cooking oil I still have a bit of a burn---probably should have worn gloves---these were anaheim and poblanos---I love rellenos so will "suffer" anything to have them

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    Quote Originally Posted by scarlet14 View Post
    in order to peel green chilis you have to roast or broil and char the peel and let them steam to peel---like eating celephane if you don't take that skin off---becarefull handling tham I just did 18 and even though I coated my hands with cooking oil I still have a bit of a burn---probably should have worn gloves---these were anaheim and poblanos---I love rellenos so will "suffer" anything to have them
    Thanks for the recipe .. sounds great! I agree about gloved hands, I usually put a baggie over my hands as my latex gloves leave a weird 'taste' (I think it's the talc they use on them). I learned the hard way when I was cleaning Habenero's once. OUCH!!!
    May your stitches always be straight, your seams always lie flat, and your grain never be biased against you.

    Sue

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    Sounds good. I'm going to try it soon.

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    Yum, thanks for the recipe. Love rellenos so I'm sure this will be delish!!!

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    OMG... I love rellenos in any form. This sounds beyond my wildest dreams.
    Jackie
    Lover of Scrappy, Chocolate and Wine

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