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I doubled the amount of chilies, as other reviewers stated. Simply to make and very good. Will make again.
I loved this dish. I roasted about 11 anaheim peppers and used about a third of the cheese listed and it tasted great. I want to make it again tonight!
This was so easy to make. Both my boyfriend and myslef found this to be delicious. Thank you for posting. :)
Great flavor. Hoping someone can tell me what I did wrong with the texture. It was almost the consistency of scrambled eggs. Any suggestions?
This is delicious. I did add some onion flakes but otherwise made as written. Thank you for posting.
Great recipe. I used a 27 oz can because I didn't think 8 oz would be enough. Can't wait to try it with my end of summer fresh roasted chiles!
Used Hatch green chiles and tripled the amount called for in the recipe, added an extra egg to compensate for the increased amount of chiles. Used Fiesta Blend Mexican cheese with additional sharp cheddar on top. Also used a pinch of cumin and garlic powder in the batter mixture. Turned out pretty darn good.
Boy this recipe is just what I've been looking for since my mom passed. This is just like hers. My only problem is with the amount of green chiles used. One 8 ounce can only had four chiles which only covered the bottom of the 11X7 pan I used. Luckily I had a can of chopped also on hand, although they don't layer well. the flavor is exactly what I remember as a kid. The only thing I will change is the amount of chiles from 8 oz to 27 oz. This should give me 3 layers. All in all a very tasty recipe!
love this recipe... added a lil green salsa over top with cilantro for effect, family did dishes since i worked so hard hahahaha! LOVE THIS RECIPE
This is so easy and delicious. I doubled the recipe (quadrupled the chiles) and baked for 1 hour in a 9x13 dish. Great addition to potlucks.