Flour (about 2 Cups)
Cheddar Cheese (or Monterey Jack) - long strips
3 Eggs (whites and yolks separated)
Canola Oil (enough to fill electric skillet to 1.5 deep)
Heat an Electric Skillet to 350 degrees with oil.
Keeping Chile peppers intact, from the top of the chile insert strips of cheese. Roll in flour to cover entire chile pepper. Set aside all stuffed and flour-covered chile peppers on a cookie sheet covered in flower. Meanwhile, in a mixer (kitchen aid standing type), beat together the three egg whites on high until "stiff," then fold in 3 egg yolks with a fork. Take chile from flour and dip it in the egg batter. Use a spoon as needed to make sure the chile is completely covered. Carefully place into heated electric skillet. When you see underneath egg batter start to brown use tongs to (carefully) turn over to cook the other side of raw egg batter. Once all batter is browned and completely cooked, use tongs to remove from oil and place on layered paper towels to soak up excess grease. Serve with pinto beans, guacamole, flour tortilla, etc.
NOTE: If you want to make them with less grease you can also heat a cast-iron skillet on the stove and melt some butter and cook them on there instead of in the heated oil.