Total TimePrep: 25 min. Cook: 6 hours
Really good, and easy chicken dish. I did increase the chipotle to 2 peppers, and added some salt at the end. Served it with Mexican style rice and pinto beans, with tortillas on the side. It was a hit at my house. VFE
Made this recipe exactly as written (though I am confused why it specifies whole tomatoes drained and then has you put them in a blender. It would seem any diced or crushed tomatoes should do just fine). Everyone in the family agreed that this was a recipe that we will never make again. I cooked it for the shortest time (6Hrs.) on low and still the chicken thighs (and I used very large ones because of the length of time it was going to cook) were woefully overcooked. The meat was totally tasteless. The sauce was non-descript. There was absolutely no redeeming quality for this recipe.
I don't know about the recipe, but your pronunciation is wrong. The stress is on the first syllable, not the second.
Finally, someone put added a mole recipe that is simple. Many call for 22 or more ingredients. That many are not necessary although there are those who will tell you more are better. Often mole is made with some leftover things like the morning toast or some exotic ingredient. This recipe is great and I too like mine a little more sweet and hubby does not so I squeeze some agave on top of mine. LOL My recipe is similar to the one above and it comes out delicious.
It was a 4 star with the recipe as is. When I made it the second time I used peanuts instead of Almonds, and Breast instead of thighs which made it 5 stars with my whole family. For the left overs, I added some peanut butter and couple splash of chicken broth to make it more saucy to put over rice, and we all loved it even more. Next time I'll add the peanut butter and chicken stock when first cooking. It was Great over rice.
I will make this again, but use sweeter chocolate. It was a little too bitter.
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