Roasted long green chiles, such as Hatch or Anaheim, make for a spicy topping for juicy smashed cheeseburgers. A Southwestern favorite!
This avocado-based green salsa is found on many Houston Tex-Mex tables. Cool and bright with just a hint of heat, it goes well with tortilla chips but can be spooned onto tacos or grilled meats, too.
This classic scalloped dish involves baked sliced onions nestled in a creamy sauce that’s topped with cheese and/or crumbs. To liven it up, green chiles have been added to the mix.
These hearty, cheesy enchiladas smothered in a rich and smooth red chile salsa are West Texas-style comfort food at its finest.
This New Mexican green chile Frito pie is a tangle of corn chips topped with a green chili instead of the usual red.
These chewy chocolate chip cookies have a lively kick from roasted green chiles. A handful of sweet pecans adds a bit of crunch.
Layers of shredded pork, Poblano salsa verde, corn tortillas, and cheese are baked together in this casserole that has all of the pleasures of enchiladas without any of the fuss.
Brussels sprouts are nestled in a creamy sauce spiked with jalapeños and bacon, then topped with cheese that’s broiled until bubbling and brown. A luxurious way to enjoy your vegetables.
The green chile corn pudding is like a happy marriage between quiche and creamed corn, with the sweet corn and green chiles nestled in a cheesy, custardy base.
Chicken salad livened up with green chiles and fresh corn makes for a lively dish. Can be served with lettuce, on bread, or with cracker and chips.