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1. CHOOSING: Fresh anaheim chiles are preferred for stuffing but poblanos also work nicely. Laurie Smith
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2. COOKING: Char about 10 chiles over a gas flame or under a broiler, turning to blacken all over. Place in a paper bag, close, and steam 15 minutes. Rub off skin. Cut a slit lengthwise, stopping about 1/2″ from tip. Scrape out veins and seeds. Laurie Smith
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3. STUFFING: Fill each chile with a 3″ ¿ 1″ stick of monterey jack; you will need about 1 lb. of cheese in all. Laurie Smith
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4. FLOURING: Dredge chiles in flour seasoned with salt and freshly ground black pepper. Laurie Smith
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5. PREPARING COATING: Separate 4 eggs. Beat whites until foamy, add a pinch of salt, and beat until stiff. Beat yolks, then fold into whites. Laurie Smith
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6. COATING: Working quickly, dip chiles in eggs to coat. Laurie Smith
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7.COOKING: Fry chiles in 1″ hot corn oil in a large skillet, turning to brown evenly. Laurie Smith
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8. SERVING: Drain on paper towels. Serve with Red Chile Sauce or sauce of your choice. Laurie Smith

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