Please note we are just beginning to ship our 2023 harvest and we are on a 1-2 week backlog as we fill our order backlog.
Our Roasted Hatch Green Chile is the most convenient way to enjoy delicious, authentic New Mexican green chile. We do all the hard work for you (roasting, peeling, and packaging), then flash freeze your chile to ensure it stays fresh and ready to use throughout the year. All our frozen Hatch Green Chile is flame-roasted in the traditional New Mexican style, peeled by hand, and packaged in 1lb vacuum-sealed freezer bags. We ship frozen on dry ice in insulated containers.
Frozen orders are shipped early in the week for delivery by the weekend. We now ship ground to most US addresses, and we fill all orders for our roasted products out of two strategically located satellite warehouses. Rest assured, the chile is still grown, roasted, peeled, and frozen here in sunny New Mexico!
Our roasted, frozen Hatch Green Chile is available Whole (flame-roasted and hand-peeled), or Chopped (flame-roasted, hand peeled, then de-seeded, de-stemmed, and chopped in small squares) in Mild, Medium, and Hot.
This is a pre-order for the 2023 Roasted hatch green chile. your order will not ship until october/november.
These pre-orders will begin shipping in mid-October. We ship all orders on a first-in, first-out basis. We began taking pre-orders in August, so we have quite a long list to fulfill. We appreciate your patience and understanding!
We cannot ship this product to PO Boxes. Please use a physical address when checking out.
We ship all frozen products early enough in the week to ensure it will arrive at your door prior to the weekend. This is to avoid it sitting in a shipping warehouse and thawing over the weekend. This may result in orders place after Wednesday being held for shipmnet until the following week.
Shipped with dry ice, please use gloves and handle with care.
Not sure which variety is best for you? Use the Scovile Heat Units to determine your heat tolerance.
Chile pepper heat is measured in Scoville Units. The number of Scoville Units indicates the amount of capsaicin present.