Melissa’s Hatch Chile Cookbook Giveaway – CLOSED

I’m a huge fan of spicy cuisine- Indian and Mexican, especially if you love to spice up your cooking, too!  You’ll love the Hatch Chile Cookbook by Melissa’s Produce. It’ll give you lots of ideas for incorporating the worlds’ best (and hottest) chiles into new recipes and the ones in this book.

About the Giveaway

We’re giving away one copy of the Hatch Chile Cookbook (hard cover)  to one randomly-selected winner. (USD value $24.99). Just leave a comment at the end of this post describing your favorite way to incorporate super hot chiles into your cuisine/recipes!

[highlight color=”yellow”]UPDATE: Congratulations, Angela (, you’ve won! Please respond to our email inquiry within 48 hours to claim your giveaway.[/highlight]

15 thoughts on “Melissa’s Hatch Chile Cookbook Giveaway – CLOSED

  1. I like to spice up a Spanish rice recipe that I use. Adding hatch peppers would do the trick. I’ve seen somewhere someone adding it to mac n’ cheese. Sounds good to me.

  2. I would love this one! We always get 50 lbs of roasted Hatch chiles each year to freeze, and enjoy them year round. I would love to branch out with how I use them with the recipes in this book. 🙂

  3. My father learnt how to cook curry with lots of chili from Indians who his friends when when we were in Britain . At the time we were young and did not put lots of chili.

    Now as a grown up i have learnt to cook this kitchen from my father , i keep looking for new ways to do Indian cuisine.

    They are known to use lots of chili in their recipes and it would be a good addition to learn new ways on how to use them.

  4. My dad loves peppers; he always has one on the side with every dinner meal! He is close to retirement so this would give him something to keep busy with!

  5. I make food with spices. I twist the Indian spicy food with different spices and similar ingredients to taste good. I love spicy food.

  6. I love chillies icome Egyptian food and I turned to Indian food by putting chilies in it and we go Indian restaurant in USA we had the Massged Cooke in Ramadan Indian food and bskiskistan food I ️well be very happy to have it thank uuuuu❤️

  7. Growing up to thai food and indian food chillies is all over my taste buds. I usually grind chilli with ginger garlic paste to give the dish an extra zing. Would love to know more ways of incorporating chillies in my dishes

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