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This was awesome. I made two changes. Once I boiled large jalapenos in water with 1 tsp sugar for about 15 minutes, took off the stem, deseeded them and used them for the green chiles (hubby's preference which is not spicy like you would think) Then instead of coating them in breadcrumbs, I crushed french's french fried onions and used that as the breading since I am on a low carb diet. The fried onions are awesome and add such a great flavor. This recipe was outstanding. Thank you!

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Tiny_Toodles August 11, 2009

My family loves Mexican food and this has become one of our favorites. It took me longer than the prep time stated but well worth it. I used whole chilies but cut them in half. Put the filling mixture in the chili and then rolled up the chili. I have also used diced chilies and combined all of the filling mixture together.

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matlack August 10, 2003

Very good. It would be even better with more cream cheese in the filling to give it more substance and flavor. Also, use large chicken breasts. Otherwise, it's a pain to assemble.

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Paris D April 13, 2010

my BF and I enjoyed this alot.

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8-BALL GIRL April 02, 2010

This didn't go over well at my house.

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Jim W February 14, 2006

I also used chopped green chilies instead as they were already in my pantry and they worked just fine. What a great flavor, although I think next time, I'll boost up the spicy factor. Not very spicy at all.

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C in PA June 30, 2004
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