11 Reviews

After my daughter had a bad restaurant rellenos experience (don't ask), I looked for a casserole recipe that would taste authentic without the frying. Kittencal never lets me down. I added a pinch of cayenne to the eggs and milk, and used the Texas Red Enchilada Sauce (#42094) for the salsa. Voila! (or Velado!) Daughter's faith in Mom and good Mexican food affirmed and restored. ¡estupendo

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Montana Ma May 15, 2014

Thanks, Kittencal.
This is my new favorite go-to recipe for brunch or lunch. It is easy, delicious and pretty to serve. I served salsa on the side.
I made this for my Mah Jongg luncheon group and everyone wanted the recipe! I served it with the new Costco 7-Super Foods Salad Mix. (I made it the night before and then just warmed it up for lunch. Easy!)

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anne4golf December 08, 2012

This is a keeper! It is so delicious and light! We had it with a salad. I love a good challenge when I'm cooking/baking, but once in a while, I love something easy like this; something for which I have all the ingredients on hand!

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1heart4Jesus October 23, 2012

This was okay. I used fresh chiles, and they leaked a lot of water which is no fault of the recipe. But while it is a good egg and chile recipe, it does not resemble chile rellenos.

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Stella Mae January 15, 2010

This was perfect for a light dinner. We really enjoyed it. Thanks, Kittencal!

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ms mac August 09, 2008

Thanks Kittencal. This was excellent. Although I didn't follow the ingredients exactly. I'm not a big fan of canned peppers, so I used fresh Poblanos sliced lengthwise as the base. I also like things with a little spice to them, so I diced up two Cowhorn peppers with the onions. Then I added a layer of hand shredded (cooked) chicken breast on top of the cheese/onion layer. I figured this is such a good, easy base for a dish that you could add just about anything you like to it. Just adapt it to the time of day you're serving it and tastes of the family. Mine liked it so much, this definitely makes it into my "family favorites" recipe box.

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Jacob Marley August 05, 2008

This is the recipe to try if you want that 'something different' dish for your next breakfast or brunch. The instructions were perfect. I beat the eggs/milk/flour/salt mixture with my electric mixture until frothy, and the finished dish was so light and fluffy, and very mild. Since I love spicy/hot food, next time I'll tweak it with a little cayenne to the egg mixture and use hotter salsa - or even sliced jalapenos - on top. Kitten, you're the cat's pajamas!

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Cream Puff July 30, 2008

This is a 10 star recipe if there ever was one.. once you taste it it's hard to stop eating it. Followed recipe exactly, there is no need for any changes. Thanks millions for the posting. Nita

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NITA FORMALLY 294904 SOUTHERN GIRL June 17, 2008

This is a great recipe. I was reluctant to try it as my other half is not a chili lover. This was mild and delicious. I am so glad I decided to try it. Its easy to make and heats up very well if you have left overs. Thanks Kittencal you always have the best recipes.

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Britgal April 28, 2008

Everyone in my family enjoyed this dish. And, we all agreed, it would be made again! I followed the recipe exactly, although, next time I think I'll just serve the salsa on the side. Otherwise, it was perfect. Thanks Kittencal.

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2sleepyj January 03, 2008
Easy Chile Rellenos Casserole