4 Reviews

I made a chile relleno casserole with my friend from a recipe of her grandmother's and this was the closest I could find online. The original was probably the best thing I ever ate and I wish I could eat it every day.
The main differences between the two recipes were:
Original had more chiles
No oregano in tomato sauce
Beat egg whites until stiff before adding to evaporated milk mixture
Cook casserole with tomato sauce on top for 20 minutes or until sauce is "dry" in appearance

There were also a few minor differences relating to the sizes of the cans used in cooking but that's not a huge deal. Really an excellent recipe overall and I will definitely be making again. I recommend that future users separate the eggs and beat the whites until stiff because it makes the casserole much lighter and fluffier in texture. Definitely worth it.

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HocoRuco February 14, 2011

The ingredients are a bit off. I was not impressed byt his dish. I think it needs some fine tuning. I may make some adjustments and try it again.

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BakingGuru April 20, 2010

I have used this recipe for potlucks at work. I doubled it and put it in a 13X9 pan. It is very delicious and a crowd pleaser.

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Gailec December 09, 2008

I really enjoyed this casserole. The recipe was reduced by half and when served with fresh melon and corn tortillas, it made 4 nice servings. The tomato sauce was a spicy Mexican sauce. Made for *My 3 Chefs*

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PaulaG November 03, 2008
Chile Relleno Casserole