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  1. Ok Amanda! You have my attention with this recipe. Love stuffed poblano peppers.The stuffing ingredients you used look delicious. Definitely on the recipe to try soon list. Especially now that the peppers will be in season here soon.
    Rest up, enjoy your days at home and the upcoming weekend.

    • Thank you so much, Jovina. It’s so great to hear from you. I’m feeling much better and happy to be back in the kitchen. This recipe is GOOD! You will love this. And these peppers actually weren’t hot at all. I almost wish I had left more seeds in it. I hope you do make this. You will love it. Have a wonderful weekend!

  2. Mexico and you seem to have quite a passionate relationship – I love reading about it ! As of the Bojon Gourmet – I totally share your love for her cooking, Amanda! Get well!!

  3. Sounds like the temptation is too strong to resist a new skillet! Lovely post Amanda. I love this recipe and so glad you researched and put it together for us. 🙂 I’m especially happy to know you are spending time and Mexico and acquainting yourself with new recipes. I really hope you keep reproducing and sharing. I’m loving quinoa anything right now so this gives me something new to do with it. I’ll be making this.

    • So nice to hear from you as always, Seana. This is a really good recipe. I love love the crema. So nutty and it works with the other squash. As for Mexico, we’re bffs now 🙂 Enjoy your weekend! xo

  4. Hello Amanda! I hope you are feeling better now, and will have a great time on your last trip (for now) to Mexico. This dish looks delicious, though a bit frustrating for me, as I adore peppers, but none of those exist here in France… except regular bell peppers. I love the idea of the pepita crema, I can imagine it with all sorts of other dishes!

    • Hi Darya! I think you’d love the pepita crema. I wish I could send you a million kinds of chili pepper! You would really like this dish. I still love that you made tinga de pollo tacos. Honestly if you char a red pepper and fill it with the filling, the taste would also be so good 🙂

    • Thank you so much. I’m glad to be back in the kitchen spending time doing what i love. The pumpkin seed crema is so good. You can put it in everything. Have a great weekend.

    • Thanks. Totally. I keep thinking of you because with all of the traveling i now have a pasta maker in my office 😉 post to come about that…xo

  5. Wonderful, Amanda, simply wonderful. Chiles rellenos are a secret passion of mine and I almost can taste the great combination of poblanos, squash & mushrooms you have chosen. Hope you can placate Montezuma on your next trip and bring back more lovely recipes! Happy Easter. Nicole

  6. The first picture of those four peppers is so beautiful, I’d hang it on my wall. Cheesy squash… That I’ve not tried before. The pepita crema sounds so good. Hope you’re rested up and feeling strong again – it sounds like you are. Enjoy the on-going tussle with the city!

    • Ha! Thank you. I actually make butternut squash a lot of nights and put goat cheese in it. Stuck a good combo. Feeling good and ready to fight with Mexico again. I need to wean myself of this case. It’s so cool but exhausting.

  7. This is a lovely recipe, it appeals even more as it can be prepared the day before. I just need to source the ingredients. Shall keep it in mind when I see wonderful peppers. I hope you are feeling better. Glad to hear someone equally exciting has moved in!!!

    • It was you who made me realize that i never finished the story. I’m going to email my neighbor and tell her I’ve been commuting to Mexico because she said right about now she’d like my help catering. I’ll reach out and see if she needs an assistant.

  8. That looks so good – I’m sure it would cure my hangover!
    I’m waiting with bated breath with regard to your ex neighbour story… The boxes of pans outside makes me wonder – if new neighbour doesn’t have time to collect her pans she probably doesn’t have time to cook. I do hope that’s not the case, it’s a shame to have nice pans and not use them. I hope you enjoy yours and I hope Montezuma has given you immunity for your next trip 😉

    • Thank you, MD. I hope so too. I agree with you about this new neighbor! We’ll have to see. I’ll keep my nose open. A hangover is evidence of a good night! Glad you’re having some fun. So great to see you. Stay well!

  9. I absolutely love your photos. The color scheme of green with pops of orange is so eye catching. It looks so delicious too! I’ll have to try it out sometime soon!

  10. Amanda, you’re such a talented writer and cook. You seem to be drawing lots of inspiration from the streets of Mexico. I’d love to go! Traveling always invigorates my cooking and infuses me with more passion. Hope you’re feeling better!

  11. Amanda as much as I love the recipe, I have to tell you that these avocados look simply fabulous!! I’ve seen avocados like these ones only in Australia, and I miss them terribly. The are perfect inside, and I can only imagine the way they taste. Oh my, it brings my memories back…I envy you these travels to Mexico and all these flavors and emotions you experience. I’m sure it keeps changing you doesn’t it? It happened to me after a few trips to Australia. I simply couldn’t go back…mentally anyway. I hope you’re having a lovely weekend xx

    • Thank you do much for your comment. The avocados are amazing. They’re like the perfect food. I totally agree with you. I’m different every time i come and go. It’s hard to be so adaptable sometimes. Like having 2 homes. Have a great week! I just landed again in Mexico!

  12. What a delicious sounding dish. I just used a poblano and pumpkin seeds this past week…if I have seen your recipe earlier, I would have tried this. I’ll have to make it soon.

  13. Stuffed roasted poblano chillies have stolen my heart! Your presentation is excellent! The way you narrate incidents makes me go through those experiences. Lovely, Amanda!

  14. You had poisoning, oh poor you! I know what you mean by needing a few days rest after tiring work journeys… Unfortunately sometimes there is no time for it.
    So you met your neighbour!?

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