What to do with Poblano Peppers

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What to do with”¦ Poblano Peppers!

This versatile, mild chili pepper can be stuffed and baked as you would bell peppers; sliced and sautéed (or roasted) and added to sauces, salsas, rice dishes, or stir-frys; minced fresh and added to salads and soups; or stirred in with sour cream as a topping for baked potatoes, tacos, etc.

Note: Green poblanos are milder than red, and the seeds add more heat.

 

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