We liked this a lot. I substituted poblanos for the Anaheims, and ancho powder for the guajillo. Was mild for me (so I added some habanero hot sauce to mine) but was fine for my wife. Saved in my "favorites" file.
I used roasted and seeded Hatch chiles (because they were in season and I had them on hand) and ancho chile powder. I also used leftover chicken breast from an oven stuffer roaster. It came out quite spicy!! (I think these Hatches were on the HOT side!) Very good the next day also - even better I would say. The roasted pumpkinseeds and hominy added the right texture to a dish that would be spicy but otherwise uninspired so I don't recommend skipping either of those ingredients. Agree that it's a real sinus clearer and perfect for a cold winter night.
This was a much better way to use leftover turkey than the standard tetrazzini. Also, way less fattening!! My husband absolutely loved it. I served it with corn tortillas & the beer suggestion. What a great meal. I would definitely make this again. Great for a cold winter night. Best for an everday meal. Very easy for a weeknight.
Excellent use of leftover turkey! I also used my turkey stock made from the bird and it added great flavor.
I followed the recipe exactly, and thought it needed more savory and more spicy--in the end it tasted pretty much like leftover turkey soup, which is good, but not really transformational as far as leftovers go.
A real sinus clearer! Beats the leftover turkey boredom. Not your mother's pot pie, that's for sure. Enjoy it with good corn muffins.
This recipe was good, but could be improved. I forgot to buy limes, and that would have added something important. Also, next time I will add some cumin and black pepper - I thought the broth was a little one-dimensional. Another topping to consider is finely shredded cabbage.