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To make batter for the rellenos, mix 1/3 cup
four with salt in a bowl. In a separate bowl,
beat the egg whites with an electric mixer
until the whites form stiff peaks. Delicately
mix the egg yolk and four-salt mixture
into the egg whites to make a fuffy batter.
Remove peppers from freezer and coat
them in four again; shake off excess and
dip each pepper into the egg batter, using
a spoon to gently but completely coat each
pepper with batter.
Heat frying oil in a heavy skillet over
medium-high heat until the oil shimmers.
Gently lay the coated peppers into the hot
oil, and fry on both sides until the batter is
golden brown and the cheese flling is hot;
about 5 minutes per side. Remove peppers
and place them into the pan with the sauce
just long enough for the egg coating to
absorb some of the liquid.
Place on plate and spoon some of the sauce
over the top. Sprinkle some chopped cori-
ander and sour cream on top to serve.
Chilli rellenos are usually accompanied
by refried beans and a beer or margarita.
Earliest cooking memory: Sitting up at
the counter watching my Dad fx Saturday
Favourite food memory: Going with my
Dad to buy a dozen rolled tacos in Barrio
I wouldn't be without: Avocados, jalape-
ños and limes.
Favourite ingredient: Fresh cilantro
Best local ingredient: The tomatillos and
chillies from my own garden.
Most infuenced by: Annabel Langbein
and Al Brown. I love what they do with fresh food and meats.
I love to eat at: Al Brown’s The Depot on Federal Street.
Favourite fast food: A quesadilla.
Best ever foodie tip: Place your peppers on a cookie sheet to
freeze so that when you put them in a bag afterwards they are easy
to get apart.
Mixed media artist Kelley Diener's open studio and art workshops
are held Monday to Wednesday from 10am to 4pm at 11 Anzac
Road in Orapiu. Visit www.waihekegetawayartworkshops.com.
Kelley's new venture is The Artist's Garden;
pop-up art by local artists set, amonst her
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