A bit of Mexican enchilada
Slicing into one of these stuffed peppers is comfy, like meatloaf, but also spicy like hot tamales. The carno di toro aka Carmen pepper provides a sweet and peppery skin that acts like a crust to seal in juices for this dish. Look for the common “longhorn-shape” of these award-winning peppers that often grows longer than 8 inches in length. We also need to mention that this recipe is a spin on our baked enchiladas recipe. The green chile verde sauce does the trick in forming a binding ingredient for this rich meal.