Oaxacan Black Mole - Mole Negro Oaxaqueno

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Ingredients

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3 Whole allspice
1/4 c Sesame seed
2 tb Oaxacan; or 1 Tbsp Mexican
1 plantain; Ripe, skinned
1/4 c peanuts; Shelled
Jim Vorheis
3/4 c lard; Melted or safflower oil
1/4 lb Chilhuacles negros
3 Cloves
2 sm heads garlic; scored
10 almonds; Unskinned
2 3.5-pound Chickens; large, Serving pieces, or 1 7-pound
2 oz Chilies pasillas; (Mexican)
1/2 lb tomatoes; (about 1 large)
6 sprigs Fresh thyme leaves
1/4 c Raisins
2 Crisp-fried corn tortillas
3 dried French
The sauce:
2 oz Mexican drinking
Sea salt; to taste
6 sprigs Fresh mint
1 c Water
Sea salt; to taste
2 sm White onions; roughly sliced
1 sm Onion; thickly sliced
2 oz Chilies mulatos

Original recipe makes 10

Servings  

Preparation

The Chicken: Put the chicken into a saucepan with the garlic, onions, and mint. Add water to cover and salt to taste. Bring to a simmer, cover the pan, and continue simmering until the chicken is just tender - about 35 minutes. Strain, reserving the broth. Remove stems from the dried chilies, if any, slit them open, and remove seeds and veins, reserving the seeds. Toast the chilies for about 50 seconds on each side; if youre using guajillos, toast them longer, until they are almost charred - about 2 minutes. Rinse the chilies in cold water, cover with hot water, and leave to soak for about 30 minutes. Put the reserved chile seeds into an ungreased frying pan and toast over fairly high heat, shaking them around from time to time so that they brown evenly. Then raise the heat and char until black. Cover with cold water and set aside to soak for about 5 minutes. Strain and put into a blender jar. Add the broiled tomatoes, unpeeled, to the blender jar along with the water, cloves, allspice, thyme, marjoram, and oregano. Heat some of the lard in a small frying pan and fry the sesame seed until a deep golden color - a few seconds. Strain, putting the fat back into the pan and the seeds into the blender jar, and blend as smooth as possible. Fry the rest of the ingredients, except the chilies and chocolate, one by one, strain, and put into the blender jar, blending after each addition and adding water or broth as necessary to release the blades. heat 1/4 cup of the lard in the heavy pan in which you are going to cook the mole, add the blended mixture, and fry over medium heat, stirring and scraping the bottom of the pan from time to time, for about 15 minutes. Meanwhile, put a few of the chilies and about 2 cups of the water in which they were soaking into the blender jar and blend until smooth. When you have blended all the chilies, add them to the fried ingredients together with the chocolate and cook for 5 minutes longer. Add about 4 cups of the chicken broth and continue cooking for 35 minutes. (Skim the fat that forms on the top if you are going to make tamales or mole. It is added to color and flavor the masa.) Add more broth if necessary - the mole should just coat the back of a wooden spoon - along with the chicken and salt to taste; cook for 10 minutes longer. The Art of Mexican Cooking From the collection of Jim Vorheis

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