How to Roast Poblano Peppers

 
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How to Roast a Poblano Pepper

Let’s talk about how to roast poblano peppers. It is very simple and tastes great in so many dishes. It requires minimal skill yet  and can make most any dish more delicious. Here’s a quick method on how to roast poblano pepper on a gas stove or grill, about 12 minutes, turning to char all sides. Remove to a bowl and cover immediately with saran wrap. Let sit for 20 minutes. Remove plastic wrap and cut off tops of the roast poblano pepper. Remove seeds and outside char. Chop and add to salsa, mac n cheese, chipotle ketchup and just about anything that lends to this mild pepper.

If you are looking for the perfect way to use a poblano in mac and cheese, look no further than this southwest version of Hatch Chile Mac n Cheese and substitute a roast poblano pepper for the hatch chile

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Written by: Laura Raymond

Editor, Destination Cuisine
September 9, 2013

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Laura Raymond

Laura Raymond is a Serial Entrepreneur, avid recipe developer and Modern Marketing Guru carving my niche in the food and travel industries, mobile marketing and online ordering. Specializing in Engagement Marketing and putting business owners back in control. Destination Cuisine is my passion to bring foodie events, culinary tours, cooking classes and cool restaurants/hotels together in an interactive site. Reach me at (941) 809-2012. Join our CULTure so you can... Eat Well and Live Full.

 
 

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