Stuffed Poblano Peppers (Oamc)

Total Time
55mins
Prep 45 mins
Cook 10 mins

This is my recipe. I love chile relleno, but I wanted something with a little extra something and this is what I came up with. My DH and Sister absolutely love them as do my nephews. I usually do this in two steps (days) as it makes assembly easier. These freeze great so make a lot when peppers are in season.

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Directions

  1. Roast peppers either on a gas burner or in the broiler. I prefer the broiler because you can do all the peppers at once. Broil until skin is bubbly and starts to turn black, turn and broil all sides.
  2. Take out of broiler and put into a paper sack roll top down to seal and set aside.
  3. Fry sausages and drain. Add to other mixture ingredients and mix together.
  4. Cut stem out of peppers try to keep hole as small as possible and remove seeds by rinsing.
  5. Take mixture insert into hole on top of pepper, then use fingers to press to bottom of peppers. Do not pack too tight our you will tear the peppers. After all peppers are filled chill for 1 hour.
  6. Up to this step can be done ahead of time even up to 2 days ahead. You will want to take peppers out of fridge for 1/2 hour if they have been in there for longer than 3 hours.
  7. Mix batter ingredients, folding in eggs whites at the very last.
  8. Roll peppers in flour before dipping in batter.
  9. Heat oil in large skillet to 350°F or until batter dropped in bubbles and cooks slowly. Turn to make sure all sides are fried.
  10. If oil is too hot, batter will cook but inside will not get melty and gooey. If this happens take pepper and wrap in foil and place in oven at 350 for 10 minutes or so. Cooking time is per pepper.
  11. OAMC: Fry and then freeze. I wrap each individual pepper in foil. To reheat let thaw, place peppers in a cold oven and turn to 350°F Let cook about 30 minutes then unwrap foil to crisp up batter and cook for another 15 minutes. Just as good this way, maybe even better.

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