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Chile Rellenos fusion

post #1 of 10
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Thought up the idea but can't come to a full conclusion...

What could you stuff chile Rellenos with besides cheese? I was thinking a mediterranean/middle eastern fusion. Seafood? Vegetarian?

...Could be drizzled with a cumin yogurt sauce to finish?

I've just been stuck on the thought and can't get it out of my head
post #2 of 10

Ground lamb and Z'atar spice.

Chicken with Mole'

Shrimp with Saffron

Roasted Vegetables with that cumin yogurt sauce

post #3 of 10

The sky's the limit with this.  Chefross had a few good ideas.  Here are a few more:

 

pulled pork-sauce (flavored) any numerous ways

Shrimp and Grilled corn

Shredded Chicken (again flavored any number of ways)

Ropa Vieja (a Cuban shredded beef)

Grilled Veggies

I once did "tamales" with roasted poblano peppers as the wrapper-skipped the egg batter and steamed instead of fried them, but still relleno-like.

 

I also have to admit that I am not a big fan the really eggy batter these are usually dipped in before frying so I have tried lots of different breading options.  One of my favorite is to fry tortillas, crush them and use them as the last step in a standard breading process.

post #4 of 10

Lump crab

Goat cheese

wrap in bacon cook on grill

 

Relleno means filling or stuffed in spanish

post #5 of 10

lamb mahshi for the filling and labneh for the sauce

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post #6 of 10

Any form of ground meat.

 

Heck, you can fill them with macaroni and cheese. Wouldn't call it rellenos anymore, but who cares ;)

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post #7 of 10
Shredded jerk chicken would be awesome as would a seafood boudin filling
post #8 of 10

Try using ingredients from the sea, like shrimp, marlin, octopus, clams, seaweed, will be delicious, even making a fusion with eel sauce, it will make a totally different recipe

post #9 of 10

So @freshbaked what did you come up with for a mediterranean/middle eastern fusion chile rellenos?

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post #10 of 10

Vaca frita.

 

A mix of any kind of meat and cheese would work.

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