We're taking the intensely rich, smoky, and hot chile sauce from a Southwestern chile verde, the comforting bean stew of white chicken chili, and adding to it my own personal touch: a perfectly braised piece of chicken; deep flavors, crisp skin, and all. If you're into heat, beans, and chicken, this is about as comforting a dish as you can hope for when the hot summer days start to slowly transition into cool fall evenings.
'Hatch' on Serious Eats
I can count on the fingers of one hand the number of great chicken tacos I've had in my life, and I'd still have one finger left to point accusingly at all the people who've served me dry, bland, flavorless meat in tortillas past. See, chicken tacos don't have to be dry. Just ask the lady who serves up the incredibly juicy chicken tacos at the El Gallo Giro truck in San Francisco's Mission district, or the slow-roasted pick-it-yourself affair from the Los Potosinos truck in Columbus, OH. Here's how I make mine.