Grilled Hatch Green Chile Salsa Recipe - Episode 15


Smokeware’s Grate Stacker used in the video can be found here

Peanut butter and jelly. Tacos and Tuesdays.Whiskey and whiskey. Some things in this world are just meant for each other, and none more so than salsa and football watching parties!

It’s been a long, hot summer and if you’re anything like us, the only thing that kept you going was the distant dream of that first football cookout party. Well the time is upon us, and if you are looking for recipes to add to your BBQ rundown, you’ve come to the right place.

There’s no better way to kickoff your watching party than with this hatch chile salsa dip made from scratch. Depending on the size of your grill, it only takes about 30 minutes from start to chip, and it’s extremely simple to make.

Hatch chiles offer such a unique flavor, and the smell emitted when roasting these suckers is mouthwatering. It’s a great change of pace from your jarred red salsas, and your guests won’t shut up about the spicy, smokey flavor combination they experience with every bite.

Give this recipe a try at your next football cookout, and let us know what you think!

In August and September, especially in Texas, the versatility of these peppers can be seen at every grocery store in town. From hatch chile dark chocolate to hatch pepper sweet tea, the recipe options are endless.

What hatch chile recipes have you tried before?!

Music by Dyalla Swain

Accessories used in video:

Smokeware Chimney Cap

Boos Block




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