Authentic New Mexico Recipe for Homemade Green Chile Sauce

Manic:  Been so busy wrapping up summer and diving into back to school plans since my kids go back next Monday, that I haven’t had time to post on my beloved blog!

Managed:  So here is a recipe that I ran a few years ago that is my most read recipe on my blog ever.  And it is my sister-in-law Kathy’s recipe from her New Mexico roots for yummy and easy homemade green chile sauce.  Make this sauce and pour over burritos or any other Mexican food recipe.  You will love this and I love the very sweet and thoughtful little recipe book that she made me one Christmas that is filled with some of her other delicious recipes, too….



First the Homemade Green Chile Sauce — Easy & Pleasing!

What You Need:

1 cup blended green chile (I used Anaheim Chiles and it came out great)

1/8 teaspoon garlic powder

2/3 cup water

1/4 cup flour

2 cans cream of mushroom soup

1/2 teaspoon salt

What You Do:

1.  Place peeled and seeded green chiles into blender (about 4 to 6).  (I took out the seeds in the Anaheim, but I did not peel.)

2.  Blend them to a pesto consistency.

Here is what the Anaheim chiles looked like after I blended. Love the color!

3.  Add garlic powder, salt, flour, soup and water.  Blend until smooth.

All ingredients getting ready to be blended into a yummy sauce.
What sauce looks like after blending.


4.  Place in a medium-sized sauce pan and bring to boil, stirring constantly.

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