Thought I would share this - tried a new process with the poblano's after having them stuffed over at Keith's last weekend.
Fresh picked these outta the garden, canoed them, carved out the seeds, then stuffed with smoked gouda, cheddar, shrooms, and a pat of butter.
Canoed with the stems on - they made great handles for putting on, moving around, and taking off.
Sprayed with cooking oil, and dusted with garlic salt, and stuffed
On a hot grill
These cooked up extremely fast - I'm guessing 7 to 10 minutes tops - caught me off guard, so I plated them and held them in the microwave on warm.
Here they are fresh pulled - the salt stuck very well and crisped up just a bit.
And my dinner along with more shrooms, some of the Mrs's pasta salad, and some fresh corn.
So... I know I went on and on, but I just think poblano's are awesome. I'm fairly new to them, just happened to get some last year and really like them. They are great for this type of fresh roasting because they have extremely thin skin that does not "toughen up" like an anahem. If you haven't, I highly recommend you give these a try, or grow them if you have a garden.
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