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Hatch Fire Roasted Mild Chopped Green Chiles

Late Autumn (November/December) 2014 KFB > Hatch Fire Roasted Mild Chopped Green Chiles
Hatch Logo Flame-roasted green chiles have been a part of the New Mexican cuisine for over 400 years and HATCH is the true flavor of New Mexico!

High elevation, hot days, and cold nights combined with the fertile volcanic soil make the perfect conditions for growing green chile, and the HATCH brand green chile is the finest quality green chile available in the retail market. HATCH brand green chile is available in Mild and Hot. Green chile is the perfect ingredient to add a little flavor to your meal: add some HATCH green chile to your omelet in the morning or to your burger at lunch!

Can't find Hatch chiles at your local store? Get over to Whole foods! Hatch fire roasts and packs the same great chiles under the Whole Foods label.

Hatch Fire Roasted Mild Chopped Green Chiles are certified Kosher-Parve by the Star-K.

Green Chile Pesto
By: Rosina Russo
Green Chile PestoIngredients
4 oz. Hatch Diced Green Chile
1/2 lb. whole black olives, pits removed
1/2 cup olive oil
1/2 tsp. oregano
1/2 tsp. basil
1 fresh whole lemon, squeezed

Put the pitted olives in a processor and process briefly. Add lemon juice or olive oil. Process to a puree. Stir the oregano and the Hatch Diced Green Chile in by hand. Bottle and top off with olive oil. Use as a condiment. Will keep several weeks in the refrigerator. Makes 1 to 2 cups.

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