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I had a bunch of fresh poblano peppers and didn't know what to do with them. I tried this casserole and loved it! With the fresh roasted peppers and a few jalepenos for extra spice, it was FANTASTIC! This is definitely joining my regular rotation. Thank you, check out some of my recipes at www.tvisgod.com.

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Amy Stocky May 16, 2003

My husband just loved this! It was creamy and cheesy and simple to make! Thanks for a keeper!

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Sharon123 February 06, 2003

This is an easy dish to make. The directions were very clear and easy to follow. We loved the egg and chile flavor. I did NOT use canned chiles, but used some frozen, whole, New Mexico chiles. I left the chiles whole and just layered them with cheese between layers of chiles and cheese on top. Baked them 45 minutes and the casserole was golden brown on top. I served this with homemade picante sauce. An excellent recipe, Barb! Thanks for sharing!

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Miss Annie April 01, 2005

This wasn't what I expected for a chile releno dish. It was more of an egg casserole with cheese and peppers~ I was expecting less egg and more chile pepper taste. I did like it better the second day when it was more firm (after being refridgerated overnight). I think it could work as a breakfast casserole.

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AmyMCGS February 02, 2004
Easy Chile Relleno Casserole