Another bit of New Mexico to you, enjoy! Top with nut cheese if you wish before serving.

Recipe Directions

1. Cut green chiles or red peppers which ever you want to use in half. Scoop out the insides. 

2. Combine remaining ingredients in food processor and puree. Stuff each pepper w/ puree. 

3. Place in dehydrator for 5-6hrs.

I used chipotle instead of chili powder, but I like things spicy!

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By shele24

Another bit of New Mexico to you, enjoy!

Top with nut cheese if you wish before serving.

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Sounds great! How is it eating a raw green chili? Aren't they super hot?

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Sounds fabulous! Chilies aren't so hot when they're green and the seeds are removed. Chipotle can be hot though! Cilantro would be a good addition. I'm a southwesterner and this is right along my trail.

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123 is right and it all depends on the variety & strain you buy as well. I like it hot though!!!

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ooh i just made some stuffed jalepenos the other day so i think i would love these too!

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123 is right and it all depends on the variety & strain you buy as well. I like it hot though!!!

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Sounds fabulous! Chilies aren't so hot when they're green and the seeds are removed. Chipotle can be hot though! Cilantro would be a good addition. I'm a southwesterner and this is right along my trail.

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Sounds great! How is it eating a raw green chili? Aren't they super hot?

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