Hatch Hongos y Elote- Meatless Monday

So much for freedom.  It is week two and my sweet girl is home sick.  And will be for a while.  Poor thing. At least I get some time to spoil her.

It is Hatch Chile season here and I wanted to get a recipe up for Meatless Monday so if you can forgive the lack of story, here we go.

Hatch Hongos y Elote

Roast 4 Hatch (mild if you want your kids to eat it) chiles and 2 ears of corn

(After roasted, put chiles in a brown paper bag.  The steam helps the skin peel more easily.)

Sauté 1/2 Onion and

1 Package of Baby Portobello Mushrooms (or whatever you have), cut in 1/4 or 1/6

Cut corn off the ears, peel and slice hatch peppers.

Add them to the pan.

Add 1 tsp. Cumin

Salt and pepper to taste

squeeze of lime

Chopped cilantro

Sprinkle of Cotija (or skip to make it vegan)

Serve with warm tortillas (or not if you re gluten-free) and sliced avocado.

Not sure about wine pairings, but a nice cold Pacifico or Margarita would do the trick.  Cheers!

Ok, back to my baby…Happy Monday!

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3 thoughts on “Hatch Hongos y Elote- Meatless Monday

      1. Oh no! I had mono my senior year of high school. It lasted the whole year because I did not rest per doctor’s orders. Pour baby girl. I am so sorry to hear she has mono. i know you will take great care of her, don’t forget to care for you too.

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