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Chile peppers - Page 2 of 7

  • Recipe

    Simple and Delicious Enchiladas

    This fruity and spicy dried red chile sauce, made with dried New Mexico and ancho chiles, turns ordinary corn tortillas and a few drizzles of sour cream into a feast.…

  • Recipe

    Red Pozole with Chicken (Pozole Rojo Con Pollo)

    This Mexican stew featuring chiles and hominy is perfect party food: it feeds a crowd and the toppings passed around the table add to the festive nature of the dish.…

  • Recipe

    Indian Spiced Cabbage

    Here, warming notes of garam masala, freshly grated ginger, and a bit of red chile turn a head of cabbage into a satisfying side dish. If you like things spicy,…

  • Recipe

    Pork Chops with Green Chiles and Onions

    A double dose of chile—canned and powder—adds pleasant heat to this quick skillet braise. The peppers’ light green hue may fade slightly as they simmer, but their spicy essence intensifies…

  • Recipe

    Venezuelan Chocolate Chile Chicken

    There are very many versions of chocolate chile chicken, but I chose to include this one as it’s fantastically quick and easy to make. I can’t promise it’s authentic, but…

  • Recipe

    Beef and Green Chile Chili

    This ground-beef chili features green Hatch chiles, which have a meaty texture and a rich, fruity flavor. Because it's a Texas-style chili, there are no beans. Instead, it gets thickened with…

  • Recipe

    Smoky Pork Chili with Black-Eyed Peas

    The moderately spicy chiles for this smoky pork and black-eyed pea chili were chosen for their flavor, not their heat, which means you can appreciate all of the flavors in…

  • Recipe

    Southeast Asian Grilled Eggplant Salad

    This salad is a delicious way to show off the lovely slender shape of Asian eggplants, which readily absorb the ginger-soy dressing that’s spooned over the top.

  • Recipe

    No-Cook Tomato Sauce

    Ripe tomatoes don’t need to be cooked to turn into a delicious pasta sauce. Just chop and mix with garlic, fresh herbs, chile (for a bit of heat), and olive…

  • How-To

    How to Make Authentic Pad Thai

    You’ve had the takeout version—now try the real deal. Cooking teacher, author, and expert on Asian cuisines Corinne Trang shows you how to make this iconic Thai noodle dish.