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I got this one from my friend, Rick Ramirez's Mom, Irma when I lived in Yuma in the early 1960's. I usually make a double batch and freeze the excess, 2 cups at a time in Sandwich size ziplock freezer bags. Cooking time includes steeping time for the chile
This recipe was given to me by a co-worker, who received it from his mother-in-law. I was planning on making enchiladas one night, and happened to show this co-worker the recipe that I was planning on using for the sauce. He promptly told me to hold off be
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An authentic Mexican red sauce without the tomatoey taste found in Tex-Mex food. Try it once, and you'll throw rocks at canned sauces. No serving amount is provided, because you can use it in a lot of ways.
This is the enchilada recipe I grew up with... easy to make & good. Hope you enjoy! When I make this sauce, I constantly check to see if it "tastes right" for the mood I am in. If I want it spicier, I add cayenne pepper or more chili powder, cumin, etc. I
Recipe courtesy Rachael Ray
Recipe courtesy Giada De Laurentiis
Ellie Krieger, 2006 All rights reserved
Instead of Panela, other soft white Mexican cheeses Â— such as Oaxaca, or those used for making quesadillas Â— work well in this recipe. If none is...
Recipe courtesy of Emeril Lagasse
Recipe courtesy Amy Finley