The chiles rellenos in Mexican restaurants often contain plenty of salty cheese filling in roasted poblanos that are dipped in an egg-flour batter and fried. Not that there is anything wrong with them—I do love a good dose of indulgence. But when you can execute a healthier rendition with creamy potatoes and an eggless batter, it allows you to enjoy them guilt-free. – Raghavan Iyer
Kathy made this recipe for us as part of a Cook the Book campaign for Smashed, Mashed, Boiled and Baked by Raghavan Iyer. You can read her full post here.
Chef Raghavan Iyer
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