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Ingredients for Mole Poblano 2 1/2 Ibarra Chocolate bars 6 mulato Chiles or Ancho chiles 6 Pasilla chiles 3 Chipotle chiles 1/2 cup of raisins 1/2 cup of sesame seeds 1/2 cup raw peanuts (no salt- not roasted) 1/4 cup of almonds 1/2 cup of gamesa animal cookies 1 platano macho (plantain) 1 piloncillo (total used was 1/4) OR 1/4 cup of sugar 6 garlic cloves 1/2 large onion or 1 med onion 1 tbsp salt + Extra 1/2 cinnamon stick 1/2 Tbsp cumin seeds 3 pieces of clove 1/2 tsp anis seeds 1/2 tsp coriander seeds 1 cup of lard + extra 1 corn tortilla To prepare mole 1 to 2 cups of mole paste 3 to 4 cup of chicken broth 1 whole boiled chicken Toasted sesame seeds Step 1 Remove seeds from mulato and pasilla chiles (Save mulato seeds to toast in step 3) Toast mulato and Padilla chiles Soak in warm water 20 mins until soft Fry chipotle chiles in 3 tbsp lard until fully- place in same bowl of soaking chiles Step 2 Frying medium heat Warm 1/2 cup lard Fry raisins until fluffy then place in a bow of warm water (save 1/3 cup of raisin water) Fry tortillas, garlic, onion, peanuts (10 minutes, almonds (15 secs), animal cookings until golden color, plantain until soft Step 3 Toast on medium heat (continuously stir) Toast following ingredients for 10 to 15 secs- Cinnamon stick, anis seeds, cloves, cumin seeds, coriander seeds, mulato Chile seeds, then set to the side Toast 1 tsp salt + sesame seeds (save some for garnish) Step 4 blend spice Blend toasted spices first- cinnamon , anis seeds, clove, coriander seeds, sesame seeds, mulato Chile seeds Add raisin + water, plantain, animal cookies, peanuts, almonds, garlic, onion, chiles + chili water Blend slowly and starting picking speed. ⚠️‼️Suggestion My blender was over worked! Try step 4 in batches of 3 to assure a smooth blend 😅 If using a different blender than a vitamix save 3/4 of a cup of raisin water and 1 cup of Chile water to assist your blend as needed. Not to worry the excess water will dissipate when cooking. Add 15 minutes to cook and stirring time. You got this corazón! Step 5 cooking on medium heat mostly (Constantly stirring once mole paste touches the pot) Add 1/2 cup of lard to pot allow to warm up and then add your mole paste Cook 15 minutes while constantly to avoid burning and even cooking In a bowl of warm water add desired chocolate bars + piloncillo once dissolved add to mole pot Cook another 10 to 15 minutes taste and adjust chocolate and piloncillo as needed Once you achieve desired sweetness add salt adjust to taste and continue storing to complete 45 minutes of stirring Last 5 to 10 minutes switch heat to low and continue stirring amoricito, don’t quit, you got this babe. Once paste is cooked set in a bowl and allow to cool a few hours Place in an air tight container or small freezer bag in portions If kept clean will last in refrigerator 3+ months Will last in freezer 6 months to a year if not more 😋 Tips‼️ Have a lot of fun when making this recipe 😁 If you see smoke while frying or toasting lower temperature Please watch video for SECRET TIP to the most flavorful way to cook mole Make all recipes comfortable for your home 📝🍋 Refried beans recipe- chicken, rice, and potatoes casserole- Mexican Chicken and rice casserole w/ creamy chili sauce Carne asada marinade- Easy Salsa roja recipe- #molerecipe #mexicanfoodrecipes #breakfast #lunch #dinner #cooking #mealprep ❤️If you are looking for a recipe. Search on YouTube “Views on the road _______“ and finish with the recipe you are looking for. If you don’t see it, make a request in the comment section and we will gladly upload the recipe for you. 🛍🛒Many of the items used in the video are on our Amazon Store Front. Link Below Our AMAZON STOREFRONT: ——————————————————— Disclosure: Bear in mind that some of the links in this post are affiliate links and if you go through them to make a purchase I will earn a small commission. Keep in mind that I link these companies and their products because of their quality and not because of the commission I receive from your purchases. The decision is yours, and whether or not you decide to buy something is completely up to you😁 This is not a sponsored video. License Creative Commons Attribution license
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