Step 4: Stuff Then Fry...

Add a good amount of oil into a deep pan, and let it slowly heat up.  

Cut a small slit at the top of your  pepper.  Get a little cheese and gently stuff the pepper.  Once it's got a good amount, lightly dredge both sides of the chile with flour and dip into the foamy egg mixture.  Using a slotted spoon helps with this process.  Place in hot oil.  It should be sizzling.  After about 2 minutes, using a tongs and a fork, turn the chile over.  You should have gotten a nice golden color revealed to you.  Fry for another 2 minutes.  Using your spatula, remove the fried chile and place on a paper towel lined plate to drain.  
<p>Instead of the Chile Rellenos my son and I made the egg mixture and used it on flour dredged chicken.</p><p>Awesome when we used our home-made chicken wing seasoning. thanks for this recipe as my wife is ready to try the chiles.</p>
<p>these are good.. I just don't care for the red sauce.. i leave it out..</p>
It looks very delicious.
That looks killer! nice work :)
nice instructable. yummny plate. mmmmm

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