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15 August 2017

Here is a list of recommended resources for where you can purchase flavorful, authentic Hatch chile peppers from New Mexico online, shipped straight to your door.

Looking for authentic Hatch chile peppers grown in New Mexico? Hatch chile season typically runs from the beginning of August through the end of September, though it can sometimes extend from mid July to mid October, depending on the weather. With such a short timeframe, you need to think ahead about grabbing them up! For those of us not fortunate enough to live in New Mexico where we can grab them anywhere we want, we have to order them online.

People ask me all the time – where can I buy Hatch chile peppers? I’m happy to make a few recommendations. Here are some links.

Where to Buy Hatch Chile Peppers?

Amazon: I have ordered Hatch chile peppers online through Amazon and was happy with the pods. If you are partial to Amazon, buy Hatch Chile Peppers here. (Affiliate link, my friends!)

The Hatch Chile Store: This is a very popular company that grows a lot of peppers each year. They sell both fresh and frozen roasted Hatch Chile peppers, along with other Hatch chile pepper products. I have personally used their products and am happy to recommend them.

New Mexican Connection: This is also a popular company that grows a lot of peppers each year. The owner is a super nice guy. They sell both fresh and frozen roasted Hatch Chile peppers, along with other Hatch chile pepper products. I have personally used their products and am happy to recommend them.

Where to Buy Hatch Chiles?

Learn More about Hatch Chile Peppers here.

Check out our Hatch Chile Pepper Recipes.

 

4 comments

  1. MICKIEL POWELL

    THE HY-VEE GROCERY CHAIN HAS BEEN CARRYING HATCH CHILIES FOR SOME TIME NOW

  2. I buy my Hatch Chilis each year at the Central Market in Dallas. I got 1 1/2 bushels and had them roast the peppers for me this year. I spent two evenings peeling, seeding and preparing them. I diced 3 cups, pureed 6 cups and put 24 peppers laid flat between wax paper into the freezer. I sent about a dozen home to my son to peel and freeze but, he and his two teens ate them. I put 1/2 cup of the diced and pureed into muffin pans, covered them and let them freeze overnight. Then I made individual packages using the shrink wrap machine and shrink wrapped them. I can grab a bag, thaw and use. I would like to get another bushel and half before the store stops selling them here Tuesday the 22nd.I paid $29 for the 1 1/2 bushel and the roasting. Not bad at all.

  3. BOB LEWIS..GEORGETOWN,IN

    FOR THE FIRST TIME IN 33 YEARS, THE KROGER AFFILIATE,JC STORES, IS SELLING FRESH HATCH CHILIS. PRICED AROUND $3 PER BAG OF APPROX. 8-9 PEPPERS. I AM IN HEAVEN…HAVE STUFFED, AND FROZE, MY FIRST TWO BAGS.I PURCHASED MINE IN S.INDIANA..DO NOT KNOW IF THEY ARE AVAILABLE IN OTHER AREAS.

    REPLY: Outstanding! I love seeing them available elsewhere. — Mike from Chili Pepper Madness.

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