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About This Brand
Water, Green Chile Puree, Diced Green Chiles, Corn Starch, High Oleic Safflower Oil, Contains less than 2% of Spices, Natural Flavors, Citric Acid, Diced Jalapeños (Jalapeños, Salt, Acetic Acid, Water and Calcium Chloride), Garlic Powder, Dried Cane Syrup, Hydrolized Corn and Soy Protein, Onion Powder, Green Bell Pepper Powder, Salt, Yeast Extract, and Canola Oil. Contains Soy.
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Reviews For Medium Green Chile Enchilada Sauce
Based on 6 Reviews
Green Chile Yum!
This sauce was perfect for mixing into veggie and protein bowls and adding flavor with few calories. I will definitely purchase again.
hatch green enchilada sauce
please get this back
This is a pretty decent sauce. I wish it was organic, but it's vegan and has no artificial ingredients, so I suppose that's better than nothing. These are really delicious, and the medium ends up being pretty spicy as well. It's not insanely spicy, but it does have some spice to it. If you eat a lot of it, you'll definitely want some water, but it's not burning hot.
- Teresa W.
Check out the price!
I love Hatch's products, and I use this sauce a lot to make enchiladas, and I even thicken my salsa with it on occasion.
What I also like is that Thrive's prices are making Amazon feel obsolete to me. These are going for $3.45 a can. At Amazon, you're paying six plus dollars per can. That's almost a two to one difference.
Thrive membership pays for itself. Just browse and see how many things are on discount and beat Amazon head to head.
- Tawny D.
Great for Mexican dishes
Hatch is known for making authentic enchilada sauce, and this tastes like it was made in Texas or even south of the border. I eat a lot of Mexican food, so this gets a lot of use, on enchiladas, but also for tacos and as a sauce to pour over rice and chicken.
- Tommy Dean
Best tasting canned green chiles.
I just wish they were organic certified. The medium is pretty spicy too. I will definitely be buying some more.
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