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Diced green chile, salt, citric acid, and trace of calcium chloride.
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Reviews For Mild Green Chiles - Diced
Based on 10 Reviews
These are so tasty and good without burning my taste buds off! I added a can to a chicken rice casserole that was kind of bland, it turned out so much better, now the casserole would not be right with out them.
best tasting green chiles
they make Mexican food taste so much better, they are not mussy,dips always come out better tasting using Hatch brand than ones you buy in the supermarket
- Anna Maria
Mexican meal night
This little can is perfect for adding to the meal on the nights I cook Mexican recipes. I don't have leftovers sitting in the refrigerator and it adds a wonderful flavor to any of my recipes. Love to keep several on hand.
These mild chiles are packed with spicy flavor, even if they aren't hot. They are a great addition to any Mexican dish. I like to use them in my enchiladas and in my tortilla soup.
These chiles are wonderful and I have never had an issue with them. I am glad that Thrive Market carries these with so many other great gluten free products.
- Naia Wind
These green chiles are mild and delicious. I noted reviewers seemed surprised at the their mildness. What do you expect when you're buying "mild" chiles? I think they are great and a perfect addition to many meals, mild and spicy. I use them in tacos, casseroles and of course in my chili.
More Mild Than Anything
I don't know what I did to raise three kids who absolutely love everything spicy, but it happened. They love to eat chili peppers all on their own, and I was looking for a good way to incorporate peppers into my recipes. These were nicely diced and went well into the burritos and taco stuffing I've been making. Unfortunately, the kids weren't nearly as pleased. They said these were "not hot" and one of my kids even asked if I had forgotten to put in the chilis. These were great to cook with, but maybe they aren't the best if you want something super hot.
Mild but spicy
Even though these are mild they still have a decent heat to them. I wanted them to use on my nachos, but things that are too spicy upset my stomach so now I save them for chili and other larger dishes where they are mixed in with more stuff.
Great brand. I never have any problems with them, always a great product.
A tad bland
Big chile lover, ordered these on a recommendation. I know mild isn't supposed to be fiery, but these were underwhelming.
No real flavor that stood out, and overall a bit boring or bland. I want my chiles to bring out other flavors, but these weren't like that, so decent, but not more than three stars.
- Anthony Gere
Hatch is a company in New Mexico, where apparently chiles are the thing. I like these, they're not too spicy, but they really enhance the flavor of stews and salsa.
I've also tried them in chicken soup, I know, sounds weird, but it livens up the soup like you wouldn't believe.
Mild but delicious
When I was on business in Las Cruces last month, I had tons of green chiles. My stomach doesn't do well with spicy, but the mild chiles were perfect. I had them on everything, eggs, burgers, you name it.
So when I got home, I ordered some from Thrive, and I do the same thing. Stews and sauces all get sprinkled with these chiles, and it gives them a great taste.
- Andy Gordon
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