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My father's mom and dad used to own a sandwich shop (burgers and soups) years ago in Greenville, Texas and my father cooked in it. This is the way he always made the "authentic" texas red. I remember watching him soak the dried anchos when I was a kid but never got the actual recipe before he died, however, after tasting this recipe I have no doubt this is the same. Thank you for sharing this amazing recipe!

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Chef Menel February 16, 2012

This recipe sounds wonderful. I would have to adjust a few things. The peppers and flour aren't available in Ontario and I would replace those with jalapeno or similar peppers and unbleached all-purpose flour. I might, just might, add 1 can of kidney beans for texture!

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Chef at Our Place in Ontario Canada August 16, 2009

This is the only way it should be done. Great recipe!!!!!

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sctdvdltl March 27, 2009
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