Mole Amarillo

Yellow Mole (Mexican)

anchos, guajillos, tomatillos, masa harina, spices

Mole Amarillo is a specialty of the Central Valleys region of this southern Mexico state. Although usually made with chicken, it is one of the few moles that are excellent with beef. It can be served in a bowl with cooked vegetables, such as chayote, potatoes and green beans, or in empanadas.

Modified May 22, 2020

Created May 22, 2020 by: atasneem

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