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Every September where I'm from (Denver, CO) we would find one of the chili vendors on a street corner and order a bushel of #fire #roasted #green #chilis I'm not sure, but I think they were #poblanos we would take our haul in a garbage bag. After they cooled, we would peel off the blackened skins and divide them up in plastic bags for the freezer so we could make #greenchilistew all winter. To this day, I miss this annual tradition. You can use canned Hatch green chili in place of fresh Poblanos, but fire-roasted peppers are the best!
This is a collaboration with myself and food stylist, chef and author Nicole Herft. She says 'Chinese food is my all time favourite - I totally love this dish too! It's so yummy and can literally be cooked in 5 minutes if everything is already sliced.' Its's also a really healthy and low carb recipe too!
Every Saturday for years, my parents would drive us to Chinatown, San Francisco, to visit my grandparents. We'd have multi-course fresh cantonese dishes surrounded by all of my cousins, aunts and uncles. We truly feasted! Living south of The City, my mom taught us how to make won ton soup to bring chinese cooking to our suburban home. My brothers and I have very fond memories of eating bowls and bowls of won ton! Enjoy!