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Old Wed, Mar-05-03, 09:00
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Default Chili Relleno Quiche

basically just like reg quiche only with green chilies
Here is how i make mine.
10 chilies 2 carbs each but as long as you dont eat the whole dang quiche you should be ok.
I slice them about 1/2 in thick
12 eggs
3 cup cheddar jack cheese or just cheddar
8 oz cream cheese
Bake at 350 for about 40 min.
I dont like mine really cooked for the whole 50 cause it makes it really stiff. so 40 mins works best.
Top with salsa or hot sauce. I just eat mine plain sometimes with red hot hot sauce. I am not a big fan of chuncky salsa.
hope you like it.
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Old Wed, Mar-05-03, 13:12
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what kind of chiles??jalapeno or poblano?

sorry, I had to ask. They both have a different taste.
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Old Wed, Mar-05-03, 16:52
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I used green chilies, I dont know they came in a can and it said whole green chilies.
I would think jalapeno would be good too!
i dont know what poblano chilis are sorry
hope this helps.
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Old Wed, Mar-05-03, 17:07
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thanks I'll make some this weekend since I usually cook a few things to have handy and breakfast is my pickiest time...I not a big egg eater.

Thanks a lot
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Ahhhh, the New Mexican Green Chile, a personal favorite of mine. You just can't go wrong!
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Hey don't know if it's any help but it's usually Anaheim peppers in the cans they are really great fresh too. not hot but very flavorfull, and really easy to grow. my 2 cents
Robyn
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Thumbs up Mmmm mmm good

I'm going to have to try this tommorow!! Thanks for sharing Pokey! What is the least "hot" chilie does anyone know...I like flavor but I am pathedic when it comes to heat.....sure helps me get my water in though! LOL

Amy
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Old Thu, Mar-13-03, 10:46
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I use the canned Whole Green Chilis. they are not hot at all!!
I love hot so i will have to find something with a little more kick. The hotter the better.
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Old Fri, Mar-14-03, 00:38
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Talking Wimpy, wimpy wimp me!

I have always been a wus when it came to "hot" stuff. Even medium nacho sauce is too much for me most days! LOL

I just bought some "extra mild" salsa today to mix in with omelettes......quite the rebel I am.

- Wimpster girl
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I found a different Chili relleno recipe and I can not locate it.. it calls for heavy cream and poblano or anahiem peppers layers on the bottom of the dish with cheese and some peppers mixed in. it also calls for mrs. dash hot n spicy seasoning. I would love to find the actual recipe to see how many eggs it called for. I made it a few times and once it fluffed beautifully and I would like to try it again.
take care, cocoa
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Mmmm.. Literally eating a piece that just came out of the oven. I used a little more cheese and of that, about a quarter of pepper jack. I also used canned chilies in adobo sauce. So good.
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