Re: Whats for dinner???
If you cant get Anaheims you can use just about any chile pepper. Surely you have Jalapenos in CT? They come out tasting almost just like anaheims when prepared the same way. You just have to take extra care to wash the heat off of them. I find it helps to soak them in ice water after cutting the tops off and scraping the cores out. After they have soaked an hour or three just wash them out real good with warm water and set em aside to be stuffed.. I have prepared jalapenos that were just as mild as a bell pepper but with all the wonderfull flavor of the jalapeno. Its really sad. Most of the HOT chiles really are delicious peppers but the heat makes them unbearable for some folks. And the hotter the chile, the harder it is to wash the heat out.
Just remember, 99% of the heat in a hot chile pepper is in the seed core and the light colored membrane that holds it to the pepper. If you scrape that all out and wash it really good, the heat is gone.
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