McBroom Metal Works manufacturers chile roasters in the USA for home and commercial use. Their home chile roasters are the perfect way to roast chiles at home with their tabletop chile roaster options. Each tabletop chile roaster is hand made and features steel construction and is piped for propane gas.
Choose the Perfect Chile Roaster Size
Small Tabletop Chile Roaster roasts 4 – 5 lbs of chiles per batch.
Medium Tabletop Chile Roaster roasts 8 – 10 lbs of chiles per batch.
Large Tabletop Chile Roaster roasts 15 – 18 lbs of chiles per batch.
Made in the USA
Featured at the Made in America Product Showcase at the White House in 2019, Arizona Chile Roasters have been building their roasters in Tuscon, Arizona since 1999.
How to Roast Chiles Using a Chile Roaster
- Setup your tabletop chile roaster outside.
- Connect the high pressure regulator to the propane bottle.
- Fill the roaster halfway with fresh chiles.
- Turn on the burner. You want enough flame to burn the outside of the chile but not cook the inside.
- Rotate the roaster using full rotations. About one every five seconds is a good rule of thumb.
- The outside of the chiles will blister and turn brown before blackening.
- When the peel starts separating from the inside of the chile and green spots appear your chiles are done.
- Use gloves when opening and removing chiles from roaster.