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Hot Chile Grilled Cheese

March/April 2010

Your rating: None Average: 4.2 (181 votes)

This deconstructed version of a chile relleno turned sandwich packs some heat and an ooey-gooey filling. We like the flavor of sourdough, but any kind of bread will work well. Serve with: Coleslaw and sliced pineapple.



READER'S COMMENT:
"Fantastic! After reading other reviews I added 1/2 tsp of cumin and 1/2 tsp of chile powder to the bean mixture. I also broiled the peppers to give them more flavor. The sandwiches turned out super delicious and I will be making them...
Hot Chile Grilled Cheese

21 Reviews for Hot Chile Grilled Cheese

04/20/2013
Anonymous

We made a few modifications based on what was on hand, and this recipe was still great! Normally I'm against reviewing a recipe after you've changed it, but this is a great recipe to use what you have available. We used chipotle chilis in adobo sauce, and lemon yogurt (which was not very sweet). It was great! I look forward to trying it with the poblanos next time.

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12/05/2012
Anonymous
Loved it!

My whole family loved this! I will make it again and pass it along! Very simple to make, fast, and cheap as well.

Different and healthy
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10/05/2012

I used jalapeno peppers as well as the poblano peppers. I also made my own salsa which is very fiery and Greek yogurt. I added a little cumin, and smoked paprika an used a little more cilantro than called for and these sandwiches where great. I will be making these again.

supper easy an fast it toke no time at all to make these
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09/09/2012
Anonymous
DELICIOUS!!

Used jalapenos and greek yogurt. AMAZING!

great flavor, fun to add twist, simple, on hand ingredients
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08/12/2012
Anonymous
Good, but bland...

The recipe came out pretty well, but it was rather bland. My boyfriend suggested whipping up some guacamole to give it a little more flavor and spice. The guac really made the sandwich. Might make this again, but probably not often.

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