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avoid bad roasted chili

#1 Rule

If the chili is not displayed so the consumer can inspect the chili for freshness leave immediately!

Chile prices very, pending vendor, competition and desperation! When vendors lower their prices (Chile Wars mostly practiced on South federal in Denver Colorado) the consumer will not receive the highest quality of chile or roasting. Since most of these vendors are smaller and the circulation of chili is at a slower pace the chili may be sitting longer and several vendors from the Bronco stadium and south of Federal are well known not to display the Chili for the consumers or may display a few but get chili from and unrefrigerated container to roast.

It is crucial to see that the chili you picked out is the chili you are getting roasted!

The practice of Buy One Get One Free is another way for bad vendors to get rid of their chile that is turing bad. We all know you get what you pay for!

If a vendor has chili sacks laying on the ground when your driving up or laying around the establishment the chili is not being properly cared for, this would be a good sign to try another place. delivers there chili daily as needed straight from their refrigeration unit. Usually when the Chile prices are lowered, the amount of propane needed to roast the chile correctly will be cut back to adjust for the lower price. This also can cause the vendor to roast the chile to quick trying to cut cost, resulting in burning and overcooking therefore thinning the meat of the chile. If this occurs, the skin will NOT separate correctly from the chile, leaving you with hours of peeling! makes a rule to never cut back on the time of roasting and will not sacrifice the chile to compete with unprofessional vendors buying low quality or out dated chiles to try and make a quick buck! Our chile prices generally run several dollars more compared to "Fly-by-night" vendors. Our bushels after roasting, average 15 to 30% more volume compared to Bad Roasting vendors that cut corners and sell lower grade and out-dated chiles.

To ensure your chiles are fresh and not outdated, never purchase chiles from a vendor who does not "Showcase" their chiles for inspection. is the leading retailer of Chili in Colorado. hatch green chile Many grocery stores and large supermarkets will do anything to eliminate a family business but roasting chilies is one where they will never succeed.

It’s impossible to have a cart guy or a cashier learn to roast your chilies correctly.

It doesn’t matter if you pay $5.00 or $50.00 for your roasted Chile if they don’t roast it correctly. Very few know how to roast Chile correctly. If you have to wash your Chile under water to remove the skin or scrape it with a knife or fork its wrong! Washing Chile under water washes away a lot of the flavor, Vitamins and nutrients. Your Chile should not be mush when you open up your bag at home, it is very important the Chile is put in a special designed bag to keep the plastic from becoming part of your Chile. Never purchase a bag of Chile that has been pre roasted, many vendors will roast Chile that is turning bad instead of throwing it out. has a secret way of roasting our Chile to ensure the meatiest and easiest peeling Chile ever!

Our referral rate is over 30% per year due to our great customer appreciating the care and excellent roasting of our Chile.