Crema de Chile Poblano con Queso Blanco
If there is anything I like better than a recipe that is easy and taste great, it is this Chili Pepper Stew Recipe that is so versatile that it makes me start thinking of how many other recipes can come from just that one.
One of the most wonderful aromas I know is the smell of chile peppers roasting over an open flame, or even under the broiler if a flame is not available. There is just something so warm and inviting, at least to me, about that aroma. In fact, the aroma is so comforting that I tried to find the best ways to make it into what I would consider a comfort food. This is one of those recipes.
Poblano chiles (freshly roasted and peeled), corn from the cob, and Monterrey Jack cheese all together in a sauce that is so versatile it can go from a salsa to a side dish, and then even be converted to a soup or a main dish.
This Chile Pepper Stew recipe, comments, and photos are courtesy of Cynthia Detterick-Pineda of Andrews, TX.
Chili Pepper Stew Recipe – Crema de Chile Poblano con Queso Blanco:
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