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Karl’s Chili Rellenos in a Casserole

Jan has requested chili rellenos to go with my molé chicken this Sunday. A quick look at recipes on-line told me that it is a fussy recipe that has several steps fraught with peril. You have to broil, deseed, and then stuff the chilies without breaking them. Then you have to coat them in a egg batter and deep fry them, still without breaking the chilies or having the coating fall off.

Karl’s Chili Rellenos in a Casserole

Karl’s Chili Rellenos in a Casserole

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Karl’s It’s Still Not a Tuna Casserole!

I have a problem with casseroles. In the forty years that Jan and I have been together, I have made maybe three tuna casseroles. Last month, bowing to pressure from both Jan and Eilene, I made  a seafood casserole. They both really liked this dish. They both had seconds and barely left enough for two more servings as their lunches.

Karl’s It’s Still Not a Tuna Casserole!

Karl’s It’s Still Not a Tuna Casserole!

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Karl’s I Don’t Do Casseroles

I don’t do casseroles, especially tuna casseroles, too many years of church socials growing up. Jan, on the other hand, loves tuna casserole, although she has a problem with its portion control. You cannot take less of the starch and more of the veggies, since everything is mixed together. The other problem with casseroles is that the ingredients do not cook at the same rates. Some things will be under done or others will be way over done.  Somewhere there had to be a solution.

Karl’s I Don’t Do Casseroles

Karl’s I Don’t Do Casseroles

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