Chicken and Olive Mole Casserole
Total TimePrep: 50 min. Bake: 40 min. + standing
Delicious!!! I add cayenne pepper for more heat.
Family didn't care for the taste, was too much like frozen vegetarian enchilada from the super market.
This is a very quick, simple and tasty take on mole. That does not come lightly from me as I could eat mole in my sleep. The only minor addition I made was to add 1 TB of smooth peanut butter. Some moles take a ton of prep work but not this one. It's a keeper.
I've actually never given a bad review on anything-I hate when people are so mean in their reviews. I will only say that I didn't care for this at all.
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This is very close to authentic Mexican mole. We do not use so much garlic, onions or olives though. One large onion is sufficient for us.This is a very easy recipe that is similar to ours and really beats the store bought mole.Many people think that they need 20 or more ingredients to make a good chocolate mole but it is not true. Many families have traditionally added certain things to mole that are left over in the kitchen. As long as they are neutral flavors like seeds, nuts, toast, etc. they get tossed in the mix after being pulverized.I always add a little agave syrup giving it a tiny bit of sweetness.
I added some chipotle chili powder in place of some of the regular chili powder and some green chili in place some of the onion. My husband thought it was the best recipe we ever made and we've made lots. Love Taste of Home!
This sounds very good, but an easier recipe would be to just buy the jarred Mole sauce which is just as good. All you have to do is mix it with some chicen broth. It would cut out all those extra ingredients
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