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Unread 03-30-2013, 09:32 PM   #1
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Cool Grilled Pork Lion with Mole Sauce

I went to Salt Lake City earlier this month and got my first taste of mole sauce. I've been wanting some ever since. So, seems like all the stars aligned on this one as we are doing a South of the Border throwdown.

Here is my take on Mole Coloradito.

First toast all the spices and ingredients which included 9 dried guajillo chiles and 4 ancho chiles, 1/2 plantain, sunflower seeds, pumpkin seeds and pecans and several other ingredients:


















After roasting peppers rehydrate in boiling water:



Then blend until pureed with a little chicken stock and run through a sieve. Simmer to reduce.



Cooked a piece of pork lion on the kettle with some pecan until 135ish:






Served with rice and peas, it was really good but not like the Red Iquana:



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Yum.... That's my kind of cookin'. I might steal your mole recipe I grow a lot of my own chiles so this gives me tons of ideas
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That looks a knockout meal mate
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I love pr0n.

Thanks for sharing!

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Yum.... That's my kind of cookin'. I might steal your mole recipe I grow a lot of my own chiles so this gives me tons of ideas
I mostly followed this but he doesn't give any details so I found the process on youtube.

http://porkdrunk.blogspot.com/2010/0...oloradito.html


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