Wednesday, September 2, 2015

Roasted Hatch Chili, Roasted Corn and Onion Salsa


It is Hatch Chili season and in Oregon we are lucky to have a local place that roasts them for you.  The smell is amazing and the taste is too.  They taste a little like a Jalapeno, a very mild one.  You could use a Jalapeno if you wanted to.

We purchased two pounds of the roasted chili's and some fresh corn.  My husband immediately made a salsa.  We were grilling flank steak and we both thought it would be delicious on the steak.

1 ear of corn, roasted
3 small roasted, peeled and seeded chili's, diced
1 very small red onion, diced
Juice of 1 lime
pinch of salt
pepper
1/2 tsp rice wine vinegar
1/2 tsp sugar

Mix well and let sit for the flavors to develop.

1 comment:

Lea Ann (Cooking On The Ranch) said...

I just bought a bushel of Roasted Hatch Chile today and my house smells wonderful. Can't wait to try this and many more Hatch ideas. I'm in Colorado and closer than you, but yes, I think we're all lucky that they ship these to our states. There are so many people in the east that can't get them fresh roasted. Enjoy.

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