Chile Guajillo; Ancho Chile; Bay Leaves; Thyme; Ground Cummin; Mexican Oregano; Salt; Black Pepper;
On hot griddle toast the ancho and guajillo chile and submerge in hot water. Let chiles sit for 20 minutes. Remove from water and puree in blender with a cup of warm water. Set aside.
In a deep Dutch oven add the beef and ribs, water, onion, garlic cloves. Bring to boil and cook for 1 hour. At this point add the bay leaves, thyme, chile puree, cumin, oregano and salt/pepper simmer for 30 minutes. To make sauce, puree the garlic, vinegar and chile powder in a blender.
Serve the stew in a nice bowl with a sprinkle of onion and cilantro and a squeeze of lime on top. Serve with corn tortillas and some of the sauce on the side as well.
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