I’ve played around with this recipe enough times to figure out how to get the perfect, crispy crust and get enough meat in that pepper to fill this hungry man! I’ve found that using poblano peppers not only allows you to stuff them more, but you even get a smokier flavor that makes this meal even better. And the secret to that crispy crust? A good old can of Coors Light. You won’t need the whole thing, so go ahead and enjoy a cold one! Once you watch the video and hear that crunch, you’ll be tempted to make these for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
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- 4 - 6 Poblano peppers roasted and peeled
- 1 Womens Walnut Dustin Hobo Dustin Hobo Hobo Hobo Walnut Womens Womens Walnut Womens Dustin Dustin lb. ground beef
- Womens Hobo Walnut Dustin Dustin Walnut Walnut Dustin Womens Womens Womens Hobo Hobo Dustin Hobo ½ yellow onion chopped
- 2 garlic cloves minced
- 1 tsp oregano
- 2 tsp chili powder
- 1 ½ cups Hobo Hobo Walnut Walnut Hobo Hobo Womens Womens Womens Dustin Walnut Dustin Dustin Dustin Womens all-purpose flour
- 2 tbsp cornstarch
- 1 tsp cumin
- 1 tsp baking powder
- Salt and pepper to taste
- ½ - 1 Hobo Hobo Dustin Walnut Womens Dustin Hobo Walnut Dustin Womens Dustin Womens Womens Walnut Hobo can beer we prefer a light beer like Coors Light
- Monterrey jack cheese sliced
- Oil for frying
In a skillet, brown the beef over medium-high heat. When it begins to brown, add in the onion, garlic, oregano and chili powder. Continue cooking until hamburger is done and onions are tender. Set aside.
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Take the peppers and cut a slit from the top down the middle- be careful not to cut all the way down the pepper. Leave about ½ - 1- inch from the bottom uncut. Carefully place about three slices of cheese in the peppers followed by about 2 tbsp of the beef, depending on the size of the peppers.
Take a skewer and “sew up” the seam of the pepper.
Heat the oil over medium-high heat until about 350 degrees F in a skillet. Spoon the beer mixture evenly all over the peppers. Be sure to add batter over the open seam of the peppers. Place in the pepper in the oil, uncut side down, and fry until golden brown. Flip and fry the seam side until golden brown. Cool on a wire rack.
Top with shredded cheese, cheese sauce or salsa. Serve warm.
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Tip: depending on the size of your peppers you may need to make more wet batter mixture.