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Old 10-03-2006, 02:42 PM   #2
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Originally Posted by wyo_rose
Hey does anyone have some tips on roasting green chilies. We got a bunch and spent a couple hours peeling some chilies that we roasted in the oven.

It shouldn't be that hard!! Any suggestions greatly appreciated as we still have a couple tons.
Did you put them in a plastic bag and let them sweat until they were cool after you roasted them?

I usually just stick the peppers on a long handled fork, roast them on my gas cooktop by twirling the fork handle slowly until they are black all over, pop them into a plastic bag, seal it up tight and wait about 20 minutes. This lets the steam in the pepper "sweat" and forces the skin away from the flesh.

The plastic bag trick works on oven roasted chilies and tomatoes too!
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