Green Chile Cheeseburgers

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scrumptiouschef
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2018/10/08 10:42:52 (permalink)
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    leethebard
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    Re: Green Chile Cheeseburgers 2018/10/08 11:09:54 (permalink)
    Would love to try one. Not something you get around here.
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    BayouCityNosh
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    Re: Green Chile Cheeseburgers 2018/10/08 11:58:51 (permalink)
    Thanks for the recipe.  I've had a couple around here - nothing worth reporting on.  That may be due to a character flaw on my part or some insufficiency on the part of the restauranteur .
     
    I've wondered if I could do better at home so I'll give this a try.  I like the suggestion to pass on the American cheese and the add ins to the meat.  Not sure if I want toasted buns, though.
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    scrumptiouschef
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    Re: Green Chile Cheeseburgers 2018/10/08 13:11:09 (permalink)
    I buy a case of Hatch peppers every August and spend the next few months eating them. The best ones taste like watermelon.
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    HollyDolly
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    Re: Green Chile Cheeseburgers 2018/11/12 13:13:18 (permalink)
    If I tried this, would probably use the  canned green chilis. In San Antonio you can get Poblanos and Anaheims and various other kinds, but to make it easy on myself would use canned, though  fresh roasted chilis would give it more flavor. Some restaurant around here may also sell them.
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