I'd given up on this plant months ago. Every time it'd grow a bit, the squirrels would come and eat it. I hadn't even looked at it in months and, when I did, I saw these two little pasilla chiles on it.
Finally, I had a semblance of an edible crop. Not a bunch, but just barely usable.
After harvest, I fry 'em up in a dry pan til the skin blisters.
Next, I need to scrape off as much of the outer membrane as I can.
I go out and pick a couple of serrano chiles off of our other plant.
Everything is diced up together and, with a little cheddar/jack shredded cheese mix, put into an omelet.
Here's the delicious result.
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