Dona Maria Mole Sauce - 8.25 oz

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Dona Maria Mole Sauce
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Mole Dona Maria - Mexican Mole Sauce 8.25 oz.

Mole or mole sauce is a dark brown Mexican sauce or gravy made from dry chiles, nuts, spices, vegetables, chocolate and seasonings. It takes a great deal of time to prepare and is served as chicken mole, in beef or pork for special occasions and holidays in Mexico. Mole Poblano, Mole verde, Pipian and Adobo are some other variations of mole.

Dona Maria Mexican Mole Sauce

Mole sauce is a Mexican condiment or Mexican gravy type with chiles, nuts, spices, chocolate and seasonings.

Dona Maria Mole is very easy to use, you only have to add 4 portions of water or broth for every portion of mole paste to prepare a delicious authentic Mexican Mole.

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MOLE POBLANO

The Mole Poblano or Mole Sauce is the National dish of Mexico and is reserved for special occasions. It is a meal that demands long preparation time and requires the use of a number of culinary skills. Mole was refined by the nuns of the Order of Santa Rosa in the City of Puebla in central Mexico to impress visiting political and church officials in the 17th century. Some consider mole paste the first barbeque sauce because of how it is used and on what kinds of foods it is applied.

DESCRIPCIÓN EN ESPAÑOL

Dona Maria Mole

Mole en pasta Dona Maria - Una salsa a base de chiles secos, aceite, nueces, especias, chocolate y condimentos.
Desde hace mas de 50 años, Dona Maria mantiene su apego a la tradicion y autenticidad de ingredientes para preparar los platillos mexicanos. El autentico mole Dona Maria, que ademas, le regala un practico vaso.

Salsa Botanera de Mole Dona Maria

1/2 vaso de Mole Dona Maria de 8.25 oz.
1 queso crema de 190 gr
1/4 de taza de caldo de pollo preparado
1 cucharada de aceite
1/2 taza de Salsa para Guisar, Guajillo
- Fria el Mole Dona Maria en su propio aceite, deje reposar hasta que esta tibio y licue con el queso crema y el caldo necesario.
- Caliente el aceite y fria la Salsa para Guisar, deje reposar hasta que esta tibio y con 1 cucharada de aceite licue con el queso crema, vierta sobre el tazon.
- Acompane con papas, totopos o verduras segun su eleccion

HISTORIA DEL MOLE

El mole es uno de los platillos mas representativos de nuestra mexicanidad, especial para las grandes celebraciones.
El origen del mole se pierde en la leyenda o se ubica en las grandes cocinas de los conventos poblanos de la Colonia. En dichos conventos se fortalecio y perfecciono el arte culinario mexicano, pues se agasajaba frecuentemente a las grandes personalidades civiles y religiosas del Virreinato. Alla se disfrutaron por primera vez muchos de los platillos que a la postre dieron fama mundial a la Cocina Mexicana.
Cuenta la leyenda, que en una ocasion Juan de Palafox, virrey de la Nueva Espana y arzobispo de Puebla, visito su diocesis, un convento poblano le ofrecio un banquete, para el cual los cocineros de la comunidad religiosa se esmeraron especialmente.
El cocinero principal era fray Pascual, que ese doa corria por toda la cocina dando ordenes ante la inminencia de la importante visita. Se dice que fray Pascual estaba particularmente nervioso y que comenzo a reprender a sus ayudantes, en vista del desorden que imperaba en la cocina. El mismo fray Pascual comenzo a amontonar en una charola todos los ingredientes para guardarlos en la despensa y era tal su prisa que fue a tropezar exactamente frente a la cazuela donde unos suculentos guajolotes estaban ya casi en su punto. Alla fueron a parar los chiles, trozos de chocolate y las mas variadas especias echando a perder la comida que debia ofrecerse al Virrey.
Fue tanta la angustia de fray Pascual que este comenzo a orar con toda su fe, justamente cuando le avisaban que los comensales estaban sentados a la mesa. Un rato mas tarde, el mismo no pudo creer cuando todo el mundo elogio el accidentado platillo. Esta leyenda tuvo tanta acogida popular que incluso hoy, en los pequenos pueblos, las amas de casa apuradas invocan la ayuda del fraile con el siguiente verso: ""San Pascual Bailon, atiza mi fogon"".
No obstante, lo seguro es que el mole no es producto de una casualidad, sino el resultado de un lento proceso culinario iniciado desde la epoca prehispanica y perfeccionado, si, en la Colonia, cuando la Cocina Mexicana se enriquecio con elementos asiaticos y europeos.
Cada region imprimio en el mole su sello propio y asi fueron surgiendo el mole poblano, el mole negro de Oaxaca, el mole amarillito del sureste, el mole coloradito del Valle de Mexico, el ranchero de la Altiplanicie y otros muchos que nos asombran tanto por su complejidad como por su sencillez.

PRODUCT REVIEWS

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By
california
Delicious and simple
It tastes delicious and is super easy to prepare and it is just the right amount of spicy but not hot and not sweet, I don't like sweet. All I do is mix it with chicken broth until it is just like I like it. I usually cook some chicken in water with salt, onion powder, garlic powder or chicken flavor bouillon and when the chicken is cooked I remove the chicken and mix in the Dona Maria Mole paste and mix with a whisk until completely incorporated then add the chicken back and cook a few minutes more. Mmmmm delicious and simple, I serve it with white rice because it has so much flavor but Spanish style or Mexican style rice is good with it too.
ProsEasy, fast, not expensive , good quality,
ConsIf it gets on your clothes it will never come out
By
OK
The most seasoned Mexican chef won't tell you about...
The greatest shortcut even the most seasoned Mexican chef won't tell you about...

If you're like me and you love great, authentic Mexican food, but don't have the day-and-a-half, plus $200 to spend on ingredients to make Mole Poblano sauce from scratch, then Dona Maria is your gal! lol Seriously, this is the best starter sauce - albeit you'll have to add some more of your own ingredients to make it your own - but for the money... it's the best starter - hands-down! I usually make a pretty good portion, so I start with a glass of Dona Maria, add more peanut butter (natural only - no spreads like Jiff or Skippy), half of a Hershey's dark chocolate bar, dried chili de arbol molido, fresh finely diced onion, a teaspoon of instant coffee, Mexican oregano, cumin and a pinch of cayenne. I usually boil about four whole boneless/skinless chicken breasts using only a pinch of salt and black pepper. Once boiled, I remove the chicken and let it rest. I use the same water, add my Knorr Swiss chicken bullion, bring to a boil, then add my Dona Maria and accompanying spice/seasoning mixture. It takes a while to dissolve all of the ingredients, but once dissolved, cover the pot and continue to simmer the sauce on a very low heat until it thickens to taste. Let rest for about an hour and re-heat on low temperature until ready to serve. Serve by spooning a healthy portion over the chicken, along with Mexican rice and refried beans. The rice will help cut the richness of the sauce. Your family, friends and neighbors will think they've died and gone to heaven. lol
By
Alabama
Dona Maria Mole Sauce
Great mole sauce - perfect seasoning!
ProsGreat sauce - no longer have to spend so much time creating and seasoning is perfect
By
Medford, Oregon
Great shortcut!
Making Mole is so time consuming. I've found this to be a great shortcut, mixed with chicken stock.
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Review for Dona Maria Mexican Mole Sauce
I always use Dona Maria's Mole sauce's ... this one is my favoite but they ara all excellent.....

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