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June, This sounds like Southwest Cooking at its very best! The Bechamel Sauce provides a cooling off from hot & spicy enough for me to want these NOW! HUGS, Mary L.

Mary - you're right. The bechamel does cool off the heat although in our house, we think anaheim peppers are quite mild. Go figure!

I just made sausage stuffed zucchini and I wish I had read your post first. I would have made some changes.

Awww - thanks Lorraine. I've never made stuffed zucchini but now that you mention it - thanks for the inspiration.

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