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When you go out for Mexican food at your favorite little place, and your food's covered with that delicious red sauce, and you wish you could make it at home? Now you can! This is so simple to make! I found this recipe in one of my gazillion cookbooks. I decided to give it a try. I'd been using the same red sauce for years, and loved it, so I'm not sure why I even tried this one. But am I glad I did!!! lol This recipe is mild, so should you want yours more spicy, then you'll want to use the hotter dried chiles. Either way, I'm sure you will love it. Don't be afraid of the dried chiles if this is your first attempt. It really is simple to do, and the end result will be so worth it. Where I buy my dried chiles, actually it's Albertson's, there's a rack in the specialty aisle, and there are cellophane bags hanging up. Usually, the bags have the type of chile and how spicy hot it is. So, that should help you out some. If you can't find any, zmail me and I'll help you. This freezes well.
Units: US | Metric
Serving Size: 1 (1382 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 1