I have one of those Dads that cooks, which I think is more common in this day and age but when I was a kid people were amazed when I would talk about it, haha! He makes amazing food and I am a food snob because of him, as well as my mom and my stepmom. They all have amazing capabilities in the kitchen. Since I grew up eating such fantastic meals at both of my houses, I now can’t please myself in the kitchen very often, my standards are too high! Haha… so when I cook I stick to simple, tried and true recipes. (You might notice that most of my recipes on this blog are desserts. I am confident in my baking skills.) Anyway, when my Dad comes to visit he cooks all the meals and last time he made his famous Chile Verde. Then he asked me if I wanted to take pictures so that I could blog the recipe. YES! So you should all just know that this recipe is courtesy of a very good blog-Dad and also that it is the most delicious Chile Verde that you will ever, ever eat.
He roasted fresh chiles and tomatillos himself before making the Chile, but you can also take a shortcut and use canned chiles and tomatillos – the Chile will be delicious either way.
MMMM. Doesn’t this look like the best dinner for a cold evening?
I hope you will try it- I know it you’ll love it if you do!