5 Reviews

EXCELLENT recipe! Takes lots of time to roast peel and devein and seed, but WELL worth the time! Thanks!

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lasersmiledr September 09, 2012

I have been using this green chile sauce for quite some time. It is unquestionable THE BEST green chile sauce. The only substitutions I make is I use chicken broth instead of beef broth because I use the sauce to make green chile, chicken enchiladas. I also cheat on the chile from time to time. Most grocery stores sell frozen roasted chopped green chile. It is a great time saver and makes the sauce so simple to make. Just be sure to thaw and drain completely when using as a substitute. Thanks for the Awesome recipe!

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hannahamil January 09, 2016

lasersmiledr, there is no need to roast, peel, and de-seed (NEVER de-vein your chile as that is where all the heat is!) as you can order pre-prepared hatch chile from several places in Hatch including the chile express and Berridge Farms.

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Preston.Mitchell December 27, 2012

Great sauce, just like Chuy's. I used the hot variety of Hatch Chile's, freshly roated at HEB. Great with stacked chicken enchiladas, steak burrito's, or blended into white rice. Just use it sparingly unless your sure about the heat!

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Consultlkr August 15, 2009
Chuy's Hatch New Mexican Green Chile Sauce