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No problem with the peppers. I actually did 9 at the same time,
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Posted to Thread #24359 at 7:43 pm on May 22, 2013
some for a New Mexico Chili Pork Stew that we love. I really love doing the pepper on the burners of my gas range but now I have all electric. I hate electric more than you can ever know but actually I don't have any problem with the peppers. They blister faster than char under the broiler and it's good enough. I just put them in a bowl and cover with plastic for about 10 minutes and the skin just falls away easily. I also cut loose the ribs. These were really nice and thick poblanos so they were easy to work with. We love poblanos and I'm always looking for ways to use them. Thanks again.
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Other messages in this thread:
- 24359. YooHoo Curious, I made the Chicken Stuffed Poblanos that you [LINK] - orchid - 9:43pm on 05/21/13 (7)
- Hi Orchid, aren't they good? Did you have any problems with getting them ready to stuff? - Curious1 - 2:59pm on 05/22/13
- No problem with the peppers. I actually did 9 at the same time, - orchid - 7:43pm on 05/22/13
- I like roasting peppers on the barbecue--worth doing if you have a lot. You can roast them while - Joe - 12:00am on 05/23/13
- Yes, I do that with lots of New Mexico chiles every fall. I freeze them. When I lived in FL, I - Curious1 - 2:06am on 05/23/13
- To be truthful, I don't, dh does. I don't know how to turn the grill on. [NT] - Curious1 - 2:09am on 05/23/13
- I'm sure you could figure it out in a pinch ;-) It's nice of you to give him his own special task. [NT] - Joe - 5:11am on 05/23/13
- Yes, I loved doing them on the grill and LOTS of other things - orchid - 12:59pm on 05/23/13