Poblanos Stuffed with Chipotle Turkey Chili
Total TimePrep: 35 min. Bake: 10 min.
I used 6 large poblanos and followed the recipe. Adding 1 whole, minced chipotle and 1 tblsp of adobo sauce, achieved the perfect hint of a burn. I spread the chili mixture over the wedges of peppers, spread plant based cheese and had a delicious vegetarian meal that I will make again very soon.
This would be a five star rating, if not for the fact that the poblanos were soggy and didn't hold any shape. How did they get the poblano in the picture to hold it's shape? Anyways, the flavor was great. we did have some spicy pizza sauce that we added to give it some creaminess. We might try making a casserole, or maybe enchiladas out these instead.
Great basic recipe. I replaced the corn with chopped dried dates. It gave some sweetness which complimented the heat. Also, I roasted the chilis over a gas flame on our stove top. This method imparted the chilis with a subtle smokey flavor. For the cheese, I combined menchengo with a little mozzarella and some bourbon wenslydale cheeses. The cheese flavors stood out nicely. I plan to make this tonight for some companyI will serve it with homemade guacamole and tortilla chips.
Super tasty & really easy to make. I had a hard time getting the skin off the poblanos but other than that, really great. My boyfriend is so picky and he couldn't stop eating this!
These were fantastic. Didn't care that the peppers tore and didn't hold their shape; once they're filled and bubbling with cheese who can see and who would care?
not wanting to waste most of the can of chipolte chilis, I used the whole thing- a little spicy hot! still very good though.
Very good! Great way to spice tasteless ground turkey up.
Admittedly I altered this quite a bit, and will do more alterations in the future. Roasting the peppers didn't impart enough flavor for the work involved, and there were impossible to stuff. I ended up layering pieces of pepper with the chili mixture. Next time I'll use canned whole chili peppers. And I didn't have some of the ingredients and didn't want to specially purchase items that I might not use again, so used things that I had on hand: 93% ground beef instead of turkey, regular diced tomatoes and frozen corn. I thought the flavorings were absolutely perfect -- just enough spice with the chipotle pepper to notice it but not rip your head off. We really enjoyed this dish.
This was so delicious! I added a little more adobo sauce and chipotle pepper. Charred the peppers on the grill. Will definitely make again!
Sorry...wasn't too impressed. Trying to stuff limp peppers was impossible and the filling wasn't that great anyway. I did mix in half pepper jack to the cooled filling, which gave it some cohesiveness, then sprinkled the rest on top. The filling would be better suited to burritoes or a Mexican lasagna.