Late summer is the peak of hatch chile season, so if you see 'em, stock up. There are salsas, enchiladas, biscuits, cheesy rice, and even hatch pepper paloma recipes to be made.
Hatch Pepper Cheese Danishes
Use Hy-Vee refrigerated crescent roll dough to make these flaky, and cheesy, hatch pepper danishes.
Hatch Pepper Palomas
Give a spicy kick to a traditional Mexican grapefruit Paloma. Use Hatch peppers while they're in season for a little something special.
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Cast Iron Hatch Pepper Biscuits
You won't be able to get enough of these sweet, spicy, and cheesy biscuits. Serve on their own as a side, or use them to make a delicious, and flaky, breakfast sandwich.
A popular dish in Spain and Portugal, Gazpacho is a chilled soup made primarily of raw vegetables. Once you get a taste, you might start to wonder how else you can serve Gazpacho. With chips? Drizzled over corn salad? In a shooter glass with shrimp skewers?
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Black Bean and Hatch Chile Salsa
It's the kind of fresh salsa that needs no additional seasoning. And it's not just for chips. Try it with grilled meats or stirred into rice for a simple side.
3 Pepper Spicy Polenta
Triple the heat... but in a not-too-hot way. This dish combines hatch peppers, jalapenos, and Sriracha—cooled, sort of, by a creamy, cheesy polenta.
Hatch Chile Pepper Chicken Enchiladas
Creamy and mildly spicy, this highly rated enchilada recipe is a must during the height of hatch season.
Quick Hatch Chile Salsa Fresca
Summer salsa at its finest, this quick dip shows off the best of hatch season, and with only 5 ingredients.