Chorizo Stuffed Poblanos

  • mommyluvs2cook 6 years ago
    By: Keni

    This was exactly what I was looking for, a hearty filled pepper :) I had to make a few changes with the cheeses, used mascarpone for the cream cheese and queso fresco for the cotija. Oh also...almond meal for the bread crumbs, not sure if it worked the same, but everything held together pretty well. There is not salt in the directions and it is definitely not needed, salted perfectly on it's own. Very good served with a salad on the side :)

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  • pointsevenout 6 years ago said:
    WoW!................................This is burn twice chorizo. :O

    Did you use the home made chorizo recipe mentioned?
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  • mommyluvs2cook 6 years ago said:
    Lol Points :P although I have made that chorizo recipe before and it is REALLY good, I had a couple of packs I had picked up at the Farmers Market a few weeks back...gotta support the locals!!
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  • frankieanne 6 years ago said:
    I still can't find chorizo here except for that chorizo that disintegrates. Of course, I've never been to the Hispanic market. I should give that a try, I guess. Its local, too! :)
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  • pointsevenout 6 years ago said:
    Try looking in Costco. There is one on airport rd. or school st. in your town.
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  • frankieanne 6 years ago said:
    Well, Costco isn't here yet, pso. They are planning on building one on Airport Blvd. but it hasn't happened yet. I don't really want one here. There is one 60 miles away and that seems close enough for me!
    Thanks for the suggestion though. :)
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  • mommyluvs2cook 6 years ago said:
    I would think you would find some at the Hispanic market for sure FA! I've used the disintegrating stuff before and it's gross! Wonder what it's really made of....blech! The real stuff is SO good :)
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  • pointsevenout 6 years ago said:
    Google earth says you have 2 costcos. Didn't zoom in to see if they were really there.
    From what I can tell, the chorizo has several variations on a recipe from hot to mild. And has a variety of meat. The disintegrating stuff is probably used to combine in eggs and such.
    I may have used chorizo once in a recipe but it's been so long ago the details are gone.

    Grocery outlet carries chorizo.
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  • frankieanne 6 years ago said:
    hehe Funny, pso. Believe me, we have no Costco here in Ukiah. I've lived here since 1983. Unless its invisible to only me. :-P Maybe going to Costco's own site will convince you. The nearest one is in Santa Rosa, 60 miles to the south of me (Ukiah).
    Yes, ml2c, I need to go find the real stuff. I really need to put that on my list of things to do. I don't know what that disintegrating stuff is and I'm not certain I want to!
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  • NPMarie 6 years ago said:
    Love stuffed peppers! Minus the chorizo for me of course..:-D Great pic Michelle!
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