Everyone knows that golf and green chile sauce go hand in hand. The secret to lower golf scores and solid ball striking is eating tons of green chile.
This weekend I had some great smothered burritos I made with Jubes Firehouse BBQ Green Chile sauce. Their green chile sauce is great. These burritos couldn’t be easier to make. Here’s what you need:
1. Flour tortillas
2. Refried beans
3. Mexican cheese
4. Jubes Firehouse BBQ green chile sauce
5. An oven
6. A fork and a plate
7. An appetite
Instructions: Go play golf. When done, put beans, cheese and some chile sauce inside a rolled up flour tortilla. Put more sauce on top of the burrito and more cheese (always more cheese). Cook in oven at 400 degrees for about 10 minutes. Eat it. When done eating, go play more golf and shoot lower scores.
Chuma Chipotle Mix is so good, it won a taste contest from the future! Back in the end of 2008 I received a couple of samples from my friends at Chuma Chipotle to try out and blog about for my fairly new “lifestyle” section here. The sticker on the bottle, as you can see, shows they won the 2009 Fiery Food Challenge.
What is Chipotle anyway?
I never really knew what Chipotle was until writing this blog. Chipotle is a fully ripened and smoked jalapeno pepper. Sounds good to me. I love peppers, hot sauces and anything with a kick. Hold the Cilantro though.
Chuma’s is a family recipe which comes from the southern state of Oaxacan in Mexico. The mix is chunky and very unique in flavor. I can taste the smokey flavor of the jalapenos and a sort of relishy bit as well.
I devoured my Chuma Mix in an instant. It would be great on tortilla chips, enchiladas, tacos and burritos. Damn, I’m getting hungry again.
Thanks to my pals at Chuma for sending the mix in. Now that it is 2009, I’m sure they’ll be winning some 2010 contests soon!