I’m from Taos, New Mexico but I like in Tooele Utah and use hatch green Chile but can not get enless I travel to New Mexico.
Hey Brenda… not sure if you would make the drive, but just found out that Stokes Market in Salem will be roasting chiles this year. =) Just a heads up!
I am from Albuquerque and now live at Stansbury Park. I usually go home twice a year and pick up green chili.
Smith’s stores roasted chili this year. I got mine at the Smiths in magna. They had mild-hot and extra hot and it’s Hatch chili.
I usually buy mine through Harmons in Salt Lake City. Do you know if they will be roasting again this year?
Sandra – Just reached out to see if they will be roasting again. Stay tuned
I to live in tooele utah and alot of us moved here for new Mexico for work. There even a place called tortilla flats here in town. U should consider stopping in tooele utah. I’m sure u will do very well..
I am looking for some chili’s
Hey Beth. the season is over for this year. There may be some chiles left in the store, but it will be hard to find a roast again this year
I’m so sad! I wish I would have seen this earlier. I’m completely out of chiles and want some also…
I also live in Tooele. Small world. Thankfully my daughter is bringing me some from Pueblo, Colorado. But I’m sure it won’t be a bushel full! Oh well, Next Year!! Now I know where to look at least.
Do you have a list for 2017? This is 2016
I only update the pages when I get new information. Do you know of any roasts in UT? =)
I just got off the phone with Harmons at Station Park in Farmington, UT. They start roasting Hatch Chiles every Friday and Saturday starting 18 Aug. Harmons’ website states that all locations are doing the same thing.
I called Harmons because their website just says anaheim chiles and does not specify that they are Hatch grown chiles. I asked to speak with a manager and she verified that they are being sources from Hatch Valley farms. https://www.harmonsgrocery.com/events
Thank you Nick!! Will add them to the page now!
Went to various Harmon’s in SLC the past two weekends and they are roasting chilies, but not Hatch. One (Sandy) had no labels on any of the chilies (just mild, medium, and hot) – the others had New Mexico 64, Anaheim, Sandia, and Big Jim labeled. They have nothing in their ads about Hatch, and the unmarked chilies do not smell like Hatch when roasting. Smith’s on Mountain View and 114th South has chilies labeled Hatch (mild, medium, and hot) in the produce section. We roasted some and they do smell right.
Smith’s also roasts the chili’s and yes they are real hatch. Mild, medium, or hot in August
Jennifer – Which Smith’s location(s)? We will add them to the site
Hahhh sure LOVES Hatch Green Chile’s and originally born and raised in southern NM I was practically hooked on them! I moved to Utah in 1982 and there was No Where to find any stores to even carry the Chile’s in the produce area. Since my family still lived in NM I would traveled every late summer and bring back 3 sacks of Chile’s normally 2 med and 1 hot. Until about 3 year ago I’ve heard that Harmon was starting to roast!!! Imagined my excitement and not having to worry about borrowing 5 grills from neighbors to roast!! I don’t know about “Utahns” but Hatch green Chile’s are very good. For first timers start off with mild first . After peeling and washing off the skin cut the steam off , lay them flat and cut into small pieces and add chopped onions and diced tomatoes and you should have a delicious salsa that are so good on just about anything but cereal ( pizza is my favorite) I know there are many people that don’t quite understand how or what to do with the Chile but they are an awesome treat! Hope this information will be helpful and good luck! I have also heard Payson Market are roasting this year. The nice thing about this is I no longer have to “ worry” about getting down to NM. Both parents are deceased and I’m grateful someone finally got roasted Chile’s going right here in my backyard!!
You can order hatch green Chile online,
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