Prep 20 mins
Cook 25 mins
My family and I really enjoy Southwest foods. Chile relleno are one of our favorites, however; time does not always allow for the time involved in preparing chile rellenos. This recipe is easy and quite good.
- Remove all of the seeds from the Chiles.
- Place a layer of Chiles in and ungreased baking dish 9x13.
- Then place a layer of cheese followed by a layer of Chiles and continue layering untill all of the Cheese and Chiles have been used.
- Mix the eggs, flour, baking powder, milk, garlic salt, cumin and red bell pepper together and pour over the top.
- Bake in a preheated oven at 350 degrees for 25 minutes.
- Serve with salsa on the side.
I made this along with your cilantro rice and Joanne's Sweet and Hot Pickles for a lovely supper. So good with salsa and easy and quick too! Made for Pick a Chef(PAC) event, spring 2014.
Delightful! I whipped this up for lunch today. The only change I made was to use Garlic Granules, I have to watch the sodium. I put the garlic and the Cummin seeds through the spice mill just before I added them. I served it with a Red and Green slaw dressed with Key Lime Juice, hot, buttered flour tortillas and a Nut-Brown Ale from the local micro-brewery. My guests invited themselves back for lunch tomorrow to finish off the leftovers. I think I'll add grilled Charizo and hot buttered corn tortillas and more ale, of course. Thanx for posting this great recipe. Pierre