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Unread 12-28-2012, 06:13 PM   #16
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Bob, its adjustable, the MIL goes for heat, Wife goes a little sweeter. Simple adjustment to quantities. I'll start the tutorial asap. Get ready to drool.
Bring it on! I would love to see it!
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Unread 12-28-2012, 07:24 PM   #18
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This is the first plate of ingredients, now before I get started, my wife made this compaining the whole time I was in the way. I was taking pictures to post for you guys, so I took one for the team. Also bless her heart, she does not measure anything. Its always a little bit or half a hand full and even though she laid out all the ingredients she addded to or took away after I took the pictures. I will try and give as close as measurements in a understandable way, ie, cups, Tablespoons and so forth.

On the first plate:
5 Roma tomatoes
10 Tomatillos
1 1/2 large Onion
12 normal size Garlic
2 corn tortillas
2 pieces of white bread
The tomatoes, Tomatios and garlic was grown in our garden, In the pic the tomatoes and tomatillos are frozen, they can be fresh without problem.
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Unread 12-28-2012, 07:36 PM   #19
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Plate number two. Disregard the lables on spice bottles. I forgot, this was for a total of almost 4 gallons. That would feed ALOT of people.

Banana, peel before use
5 oz of Chocolate or to taste
1 Tbsp all spice corns whole
1 Tbsp black pepper corns whole
8 cloves whole
1/2 cup raisens
3/4 stick of cinnamin
3 Tbsp sesame seeds
3 Tbsp seeds reserved from cleaning ancho chilis
1 apple
1/4 to 1/3 cup almonds
1/3 to 1/2 cup peanuts

The nuts are unsalted and roasted. The measurements are a guess. You can count if you want.
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Unread 12-28-2012, 07:42 PM   #20
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The Main ingredient, 24 oz of dried ancho chile pods, the stem was removed and most of the seed taken out. Dont forget to reserve the seeds for later.
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Unread 12-28-2012, 07:52 PM   #21
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Let me try and give you the run down.
Toast in dry pan:
allspice corns
black pepper corns
reserved ancho chili seeds
sesame seeds

Fried in oil just to soften:
chili pods
banana
corn tortillas
almonds
peanuts
onion
tomatoes
tamatillos
garlic
apple
raisens

the cinnamin stick or chocolate was not toasted. The bread was toasted in a regular toaster.
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Unread 12-28-2012, 07:55 PM   #22
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When frying in oil it is to only soften things up a little. Not to cook through. This time we used corn oil, we prefer to use lard.
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I mean really, how can any food taste bad lightly fried in oil?
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Finally, everything fried or toasted. This is a 2 gallon pot for reference.
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Unread 12-28-2012, 10:17 PM   #25
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The last mole I caught,I used for bait.Caught 18 house cats,3 skunks,1 dawg,and a chicken.

Just funnin,would LOVE to see the proper way!

Shoulda read the entire post! Thanks for sharing.
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Unread 12-29-2012, 01:28 PM   #26
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Now take the pot full of ingredients and fill about half full of broth. In this batch we used turkey because that is what we are eating the mole with. Mole is usually eaten with boiled chicken or turkey. Try to make alot of broth and it still wont be enough, water can be substituted. The broth is also used to make the mexican style rice. Anyhow fill pot half full with broth and simmer on stove for half an hour or so to soften everything even more.

Now that we have everything toasted, fried, and simmered it is time to blend it all together. filling the blender about half full of solid ingredients top it off with the broth or water if needed and blend. You will soon see that as the chili gets chopped up it will get thick. You will want to add liquid to just get it torun without cavitating. It does make it easier to try and get a little bit of everything in each run of blender if posible. Run the blender until a nice smooth consistancy, pour out and do it again untill all is blended.
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<-------------------Im a Full Fledged Farker. Waiting to be blended on left, Pure Love on the right.
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Ill just explain the next part, after all is blended, take a clean pot and pour 3 or so Tbsp of oil in it, get it nice and hot, just below smoking point and pour in the blended ingredients. Turn down temp and bring to simmer with lid off. Let this simmer for half hour or so to bring all the different flavors together. The final ingredients are salt and chocolate. Both of these are to taste. Add them bit by bit to you get the flavor you want. Like I said before, the MIL goes more chili taste, the wife like more sweet(more chocolate).
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I know this is not the best picture taken but I am using it because it shows the true color of final product. What is not shown is we also bought a big bunch of turkey gizzards and cooked them. Also not shown it the home made corn tortillas we used to lap it up with. I like dark meat so I got the Turkey leg. Man was it good.
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The End, ask questions if you want. Pugi
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