Category: Food

  • A Culinary Odyssey through New Mexico

    A Culinary Odyssey through New Mexico

    Where Trails Converge and Chile Reigns Supreme New Mexico, a land steeped in history and flavor, bears witness to centuries of cultural exchange and culinary evolution. From the ancient Pueblo people to Spanish conquistadors, Mexican settlers, and American pioneers, each group has left its mark on the state’s diverse gastronomic landscape. Central to this flavorful…

  • Blue Corn

    Blue Corn

    Nestled amidst the sun-dusted mesas and vibrant landscapes of New Mexico lies a culinary treasure trove unlike any other. Here, chile reigns supreme, their fiery personalities defining a cuisine renowned for its bold flavors and rich cultural heritage. Yet, New Mexico’s culinary identity goes beyond the smoky embrace of red and green Hatch chile –…

  • New Mexican Food

    New Mexican Food

    A Culinary Adventure in New Mexico: A Celebration of Chile, Posole, Pinto Beans, and Tradition New Mexico’s vibrant culinary scene presents a symphony of flavors, deeply rooted in Native American, Spanish, and Mexican influences. Our state’s unique cuisine is a testament to its rich cultural heritage, where the humble chile pepper reigns supreme and traditional…

  • Wholesale Hatch Chile: A Convenient and Profitable Option for Retailers

    Wholesale Hatch Chile: A Convenient and Profitable Option for Retailers

    Are you a retailer looking to add a touch of spice to your product offerings? Look no further than wholesale Hatch chile. Known for its unique flavor and versatility, Hatch chile is a popular ingredient that can enhance a variety of dishes. Whether you own a grocery store, a restaurant, or an online food business,…

  • Spicy Gift Ideas: Why Sending Hatch Chile is the Perfect Gift

    Spicy Gift Ideas: Why Sending Hatch Chile is the Perfect Gift

    Looking for the perfect gift for someone who loves spicy food? Whether it’s a birthday, graduation, anniversary, or Christmas gift, there’s one thing that spice lovers always appreciate – a kick of flavor. And when it comes to spice, there’s nothing quite like Hatch chile. In New Mexico, we have a deep love for chile…

  • Hatch Chile on a Pizza: New Mexican’s Favorite Pizza Topping

    Hatch Chile on a Pizza: New Mexican’s Favorite Pizza Topping

    When it comes to pizza, everyone has their own preferences for toppings. Some people love the classic combination of pepperoni and cheese, while others enjoy experimenting with unique flavors and ingredients. But if you find yourself in New Mexico, there’s one pizza topping that you absolutely must try: roasted Hatch green chile. New Mexicans have…

  • Hatch Chile Recipe Ideas: Beyond Traditional Mexican Dishes

    Hatch Chile Recipe Ideas: Beyond Traditional Mexican Dishes

    When it comes to versatile ingredients, few can match the flavor and heat of Hatch chiles. These iconic peppers from New Mexico are known for their unique taste and are a staple in traditional Mexican cuisine. But did you know that Hatch chiles can be used in a variety of dishes, even those that are…

  • Hatch Green Chile Chicken Enchilada Recipe – Stacked and Rolled Enchiladas

    Hatch Green Chile Chicken Enchilada Recipe – Stacked and Rolled Enchiladas

    Introduction Looking for a delicious and flavorful New Mexican dish to spice up your dinner? Look no further! In this recipe, we’ll show you how to make mouthwatering Hatch green chile chicken enchiladas. Whether you prefer stacked enchiladas like a lasagna or the classic rolled version, this recipe has got you covered. Get ready to…

  • A Classic Red Chile Pork Posole Recipe to Warm Your Soul

    A Classic Red Chile Pork Posole Recipe to Warm Your Soul

    Introduction Red chile pork posole is a beloved dish in New Mexico, especially during the holiday season. This hearty and flavorful soup is perfect for warming up on a chilly winter day. Made with tender pork, rich red chile sauce, and hominy, it’s a dish that will leave you feeling satisfied and comforted. In this…

  • Why Visiting a Chile Roaster is a Must-Do in New Mexico

    Why Visiting a Chile Roaster is a Must-Do in New Mexico

    When it comes to experiencing the vibrant flavors and rich culture of New Mexico, there are few things that can compare to a visit to a chile roaster. And if you happen to be in the Land of Enchantment during chile season, which runs from August to October, then a stop at one of these…

  • How to Make a Delicious Chile Relleno: A Fried Stuffed Hatch Green Chile

    How to Make a Delicious Chile Relleno: A Fried Stuffed Hatch Green Chile

    Are you a fan of Mexican or New Mexican cuisine? If so, you’ve probably heard of the mouthwatering dish called Chile Relleno. This traditional Mexican dish consists of a roasted Hatch green chile pepper stuffed with cheese, dipped in a fluffy egg batter, and then fried to perfection. The result is a crispy, golden brown…

  • Chile Pasado: The Timeless Flavor of Hatch Chile Delivered

    Chile Pasado: The Timeless Flavor of Hatch Chile Delivered

    Chile Pasado, also known as the chile of the past, is a beloved roasted Hatch chile variety that holds a special place in the hearts of Hispanic families in Southern New Mexico. With its unique smoky flavor and delightful heat, this traditional chile has been enjoyed for generations. While freezing roasted chile has become the…

  • Posole – New Mexico’s Favorite Corn

    Posole – New Mexico’s Favorite Corn

    Posole is a very popular soup in both old Mexico and New Mexico. It is also the name of a common ingredient in New Mexican food. Posole is another name for hominy, a nixtamalized corn. Few things make New Mexicans feel more of a festive spirit than posole, especially when it is made with the…

  • Ouch, My hands are burning! – All About Jalapeno Hands

    Ouch, My hands are burning! – All About Jalapeno Hands

    What are Jalapeño hands? This is a long and detailed article. If your hands are on fire NOW and need a fast answer, click here to skip down to how to soothe Jalapeño Hands! If you have worked with spicy foods enough, you probably have had at least one time when your hands burned afterwards…

  • The World of Beans

    In almost everywhere in the world, beans will be consumed in some fashion very regularly. Around East Asia, you often see sweet bean jams, and tofu is essentially soymilk, coagulated like milk is into cheese. In Italy, minestrone soup is famous for having many types of beans and grains. In the Middle East, hummus is…

  • Different Types of Mexican Chile

    Different Types of Mexican Chile

    Although our primary focus at Farmers Chile Market is New Mexican chile during the chile season, we also carry a lot of other varieties like superhot chili and various types of Mexican chile too. More than just that though, we would be remiss if we did not also respect the amazing chile heritage of our…