This is AWESOME!!!! LOVE IT!!
Chile Relleno "Soufflé"
ea1star Posted: 07/16/10
JessicaK32 Posted: 07/26/11
This was really good! My grocery store was out of chilies so I used a few cans of whole chilies. I think next time I would layer the tortillas like a lasagna instead up putting them all on the bottom. Still a delish dish!
Onecentinvegas Posted: 11/03/11
I can't understand why this didn't taste better. I used fresh chiles from my garden and followed the recipe to a "T." It looked absolutely gorgeous when I took it out of the oven! Tasted not good at all. Won't make it again.
jillbrown Posted: 03/03/12Selma, NC
My family loves this. I brown some hamburger with Mexican spices and add it to this.
Sherylholley Posted: 06/07/12
Excellent flavor with the roasted chiles. It would make an excellent brunch dish also. I doubled the recipe and pan size and it worked great.
bmoxie1212 Posted: 03/03/13
Good- but a lot of work for a basic dish. Not worth the effort.
goodrel8 Posted: 12/26/13
Great, but make extra. I doubled the recipe and used a gluten-free baking mix with no problem. For a double recipe, increase the baking time (duh). I didn't, but will next time. There will most certainly be a next time, too. I found this to go together quickly, other than roasting the chilies. I'm pretty sure one could used roasted, canned, diced chilies with no problem. We happened to get a very hot batch of anaheims, and for the sensitive folks that was too much heat. We also used a goat-milk jack cheese to appease the cow-dairy sensitive family member, which meant we had a gluten-free, cow-dairy free, vegetarian Christmas morning recipe. We served it with a fruit salad, and it was great. My boys are all grown and huge, so a side of an additional starch would have been a welcome addition. I love the idea of adding some meat to this for a more substantial evening meal and will try that, soon.