Mole is the generic name for several rich, dark sauces used in Mexican cuisine, as well as for dishes based on these sauces. Classic Mole Poblano is prepared with a variety of dried chili peppers (commonly ancho, pasilla, poblano, mulato and chipotle), ground nuts and/or seeds (almonds, indigenous peanuts, and/or sesame seeds), spices, onions, garlic, dried oregano, Mexican chocolate (cacao ground with sugar and cinnamon and occasionally nuts), and salt. In Mexican kitchens charred avocado ...

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