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Colorado Hatch Green Chili With Pinto Beans Recipe

By: Whitney Cornelison from Simplifying Family
Colorado Hatch Green Chili With Pinto Beans Recipe
Colorado Hatch Green Chili With Pinto Beans Recipe

"When we moved to Colorado, there was a big learning curve that we needed to tackle. Everywhere we went there were signs that said, Hatch Chili. What did that mean?! Then we would go to restaurants and people who ask us if we wanted red chili or green chili. It was all so confusing. One day I decided to try it. When they asked if I wanted red chili or green chili on my burrito, I said green chili. My burrito came out smothered in this weird looking green chili. While it looked gross, it was delicious! Later, I learned that the green chili was made with Hatch green chilies. Hatch just means they were grown in the Hatch Valley in New Mexico."

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