This Hatch Green Chile Quiche is a spicy take on the iconic dish. With or without the meat ingredient, this is a delicious and tasty simple dish.
New Mexican Avocado Toast is a Southwestern take on the trendy Avocado Toast that is on every brunch menu. Tortillas and Salsa add flavor and pizazz.
These Hatch Chile Chicken Wings are perfect for Game Days. The combination of our famous Autumn Roast® Chile, honey, and soy sauce make for delicious and light glaze.
Beans are the perfect health food to start the New Year right. Serve as a hearty stew with chile sauce. Or, you may refry for a side dish, burritos or tostadas.
Red Chile Stew warms the heart and soul on a cold winter night. Serve alone as a hearty New Mexican meal or with a bowl of delicious pinto beans.
Grandma’s Meat & Peach Empanaditas (Turnovers) are a favorite family tradition. We make the mincemeat with beef tongue, dried peaches, raisins and sweet spices. Our family always made these with our Grandma on New Year’s Day.
A chipotle pepper, onion and garlic add additional flavor to these slow cooked smoky pinto beans.
No Christmas Eve is complete without a generous bowl of homemade Posole. Traditional Red Chile Posole is a hearty stew, often the centerpiece of winter holiday gatherings in New Mexico. Its key ingredients include hominy, pork and red chile.
Mini Chile Rellenos, made from New Mexican chile, roast beef and holiday spices are the perfect New Mexican hors d’oeuvres to spice up holiday parties.
Bizcochitos are the official state cookie of New Mexico. They are basic sugar cookies with a hint of cinnamon and a pinch of anise. In our family, we did not use cookie cutters; we hand-shaped each bizcochito into a butterfly shape. Read more about it in Ana Baca’s Best Selling children’s picture book: Benito’s Bizcochitos: www.anabaca.wordpress.com.
These Fruit Empanaditas are little fruit turnovers that New Mexicans enjoy throughout the Christmas season. You can use any dried fruit but prunes, apricots and peaches are our favorites. Recently, we used mango, pineapple and cranberries for a delicious twist!
This Hatch Green Chile Chicken Posole is a heart healthy version of traditional posole. Using Hatch Green Chile and chicken, it is perfect comfort food! It will warm the soul on a winter day.
Plum Pastelitos are a traditional pastry with a fruit center. They are a traditional dessert for Christmas gatherings in New Mexico. Serve warm with whipped cream or take them on a hike for energy.
Pork Tamales are a tradition on Christmas Eve. A spicy pork filling wrapped in thick corn dough, traditionally enclosed in corn husks and steamed.
Our BUENO® Signature Red Chile Sauce is a traditional favorite and the basis for many New Mexican dishes.
Marinate ordinary chicken in our rich red chile puree for an extraordinary result! It is an easy and slow-cooked hearty meal, full of flavor but low in calories. Enjoy the best of both worlds! You can also make this recipe in a CrockPot and you’ll find a delicious, hearty, healthy meal awaiting you when you get home after a long day!
This Southwestern Chicken Pot Pie features Hatch Green Chile from New Mexico. It’s a spicy take on a traditional favorite. Green chile makes everything better!
Red chile cheese enchiladas are a New Mexico staple. You can find enchiladas stuffed with chicken, crab meat or beef, but this is still our favorite!
Mama mía: New Mexico Red Chile Linguini! A little Italy and a lot of New Mexico makes a wonderful marriage of flavors! Easy too.