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Pepper Heaven on Earth

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The Poblano pepper is a mild chili pepper that originated in Puebla, Mexico.  It's a large pepper and many grow to be about the size of an adult hand.  Probably the most popular way to serve this flavorful vegetable is Chile Relleno that consists of roasted Poblanos, stuffed with cheese, dipped in egg white and flour and fried until the cheese melts.  It's a common menu item in restaurants that serve Mexican and/or Southwestern cuisine.  My husband and I have become very fond of this dish and wondered other ways to "stuff" the peppers that have become readily available in our grocery stores.

I grew up with stuffed green bell peppers, since my parents grew them in a garden almost every year.  My mom would use a ground beef and rice mixture and I got to be pretty proficient with that dish.  I developed a recipe for those and it can be found by clicking this link to another edition of Weekday Rambler.  The preparation of the Poblano pepper that requires roasting and r…