This was amazing- I am making it again next week! I changed the inside a bit (canned corn, baked beans, red pepper, and onion) but cooked and prepped it the same way. If you get true poblano peppers, they shouldn't be hot (try getting them from a farmer's market). Thanks!
This is -really- good! I scaled it down to make just one pepper (cooking for myself tonight) and added aduki beans to make it a main entree, and it's delicious, not to mention easy to prepare and very healthy! I will definitely be making this again.
Very good recipe, However mine was not hot at all.. Have frequently cooked with poblano peppers and have never found a "spicy" poblano. Maybe this rec. was not made with Poblano?? Many other peppers resemble but are not poblano. Regardless a nice recipe.
Great recipe! I now buy Poblano Peppers every time I go to the grocery store because of this recipe. Only one time the peppers were hot, but a medium hot at the most. I prefer to pull the skin off the peppers after letting them sit for about 5 minutes prior to stuffing. I added a couple more minutes in order to slightly brown the cheese on the top in the last step (see photo).
Was very good. But i will have to disagree with some reviewers about heat and poblanos. while poblanos usually are a mild pepper, i have had some that have been hotter than jalapenos or serranos. if you dont want to take the chance, use anaheims.
I really liked these. My husband missed having meat with his.Maybe I will try them again and add some shredded chicken, but I liked them just the way they were, He got a spicy one, while I got a mild one. I've ordered Chili rellanos in restaurants , and I've had hot ones, and mild.I guess you never know what you're going to get. This is worth making again.