Preheat oven to 450 degrees F. Grease a 2-quart square baking dish; set aside. Place the peppers in a well-greased 2-quart square baking dish. Pour egg mixture over peppers … When putting chilis under broiler, for the beginning chefs, I would not broil too long as I think a little firmer chilis are better to work with and being that they will be fried in addition to roasting under the broiler, the chilis will be cooked once all steps are followed. https://www.yummly.com/recipes/baked-poblano-chile-rellenos In a medium bowl combine eggs and milk. Chile rellenos literally means stuffed peppers. The recipe was easy to follow and the Chili Rellenos turned out fantastic! Chiles rellenos are Mexican stuffed peppers, typically battered, deep-fried, and served with salsa. However, in this recipe, I’ve decided to lighten it up a bit and bake it instead of frying it. The problem is I love them too, but they don't look quite as good on me. Quarter the chile A healthy, vegan- adaptable, Roasted Chiles Rellenos Recipe - that is lightened up with the addition of black beans. Top with 1 cup of Pepper Jack cheese. Simplified by roasting (instead of frying) the peppers with the Salsa Ranchero Sauce ingredients - all baked together on one sheet-pan - saving a step! Beat until smooth with a rotary beater. Traditionally, chile rellenos are a Mexican dish made up of battered, fried and cheese-stuffed poblano peppers (here’s the recipe for authentic chile rellenos). Although chiles rellenos can be made with a variety of green peppers, our favorite method (and some may argue the most authentic method) uses Hatch chiles. Hatch chiles are easy to work with and the flavor beats out any other chile. Add flour, baking powder, cayenne pepper, and salt. There are many types of chiles rellenos, but the version found in most Tex-Mex and Mexican restaurants is made from large, mild poblano peppers (sometimes incorrectly labeled pasilla peppers) stuffed with Oaxacan cheese and served with tomato sauce or salsa roja. Invert peppers on paper towels to drain well. My husband Brian loves Chiles Rellenos.