Green Chile Souffle

Green Chile Souffle created by diner524

This dish is a favorite of ours from Santa Fe. A little B&B called Adobe Abode had this recipe on their website, so we thought we'd try it for breakfast. The dish is very easy to make and serve. Accompany the souffle with warm tomatillo sauce and fresh melon. Our favorite breakfast beverage with the green chile bite of the souffle is mango juice.

Ready In:
35mins
Serves:
Units:

ingredients

directions

  • Heat oven to 400.
  • Butter or Pam a 9x14 glass baking pan.
  • Put flour mixture into large mixing bowl.
  • Pour in eggs and butter. Mix thoroughly.
  • Mix in rest of ingredients and pour into glass pan.
  • Bake for 30 min., or until top is browned.
Submit a Recipe Correction

MY PRIVATE NOTES

Add a Note
Advertisement
Enter The Sweepstakes
Advertisement

RECIPE MADE WITH LOVE BY

@Major K.
Contributor
@Major K.
Contributor
"This dish is a favorite of ours from Santa Fe. A little B&B called Adobe Abode had this recipe on their website, so we thought we'd try it for breakfast. The dish is very easy to make and serve. Accompany the souffle with warm tomatillo sauce and fresh melon. Our favorite breakfast beverage with the green chile bite of the souffle is mango juice."

Join The Conversation

all
reviews
tweaks
q&a
sort by:
  1. BigTilm
    I added some Chopped ham. Muy bueno. Fyi- you can get real deal roasted Big Jim chiles (almost year round) from newmexicanconnection.com They're as good as any I enjoyed when I lived in Las Cruces.
  2. diner524
    Green Chile Souffle Created by diner524
  3. diner524
    I made this exactly as written except for I only made half of the recipe. I felt this was a mexican type of egg dish as written, but plan to try it with bacon or sausage and onions rather than the green chilis and corn, just personal/family taste preference. Will definitely be making again with different vegetable and meat. Thanks Major K Woods for a great recipe. Made for Spring PAC 2008.
  4. Mole1338
    Very good recipe. Will definitely make again. We just bought some fresh roasted Hatch green chiles and have been looking for ways to use them. Since my wife doesn't care for corn, we substituted 1/3 lb of sweet italian sausage (2 links removed from casings) and it was wonderful. We also used the equivalent of 2 small cans of chiles. It's definitely a keeper.
  5. Major K.
    This dish is a favorite of ours from Santa Fe. A little B&B called Adobe Abode had this recipe on their website, so we thought we'd try it for breakfast. The dish is very easy to make and serve. Accompany the souffle with warm tomatillo sauce and fresh melon. Our favorite breakfast beverage with the green chile bite of the souffle is mango juice.
Advertisement

Find More Recipes