By Julesong on April 01, 2005
Photo by Julesong
Photo by Julesong
"Here's my take on Azteca Restaurant's Molcajete stew. Delicious! Don't let the long ingredient list bother you... although there are a lot of them, this recipe is actually quite easy to put together. Quick and easy!"
Serving Size: 1 (428 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 6
"Different but good!"
"This is my husbands ( and everyone else who we have made it for) favorite. We used turkey instead of the beef and turkey bacon . But is is also awesome with the beef and regular bacon. Everyone loved it and is asking for the recipe."
"I loved this at the Azteca restraunt so I had to give this a try. I make it a little more spicy and like the idea to add cornstarch. Everyone, including the kids gobbled this up. Have this with low calorie tortillas and this is a great way to eat healthy. This recipe is a crowd pleaser for the Mexican Food Lover crowd."
"We first sampled this dish (or a version of it) in Cabo. Your recipe is right on the money as far as we are concerned. We have made it several times to rave reviews and did not change a thing. Bravo!"
"Azteca's was one of my favorite restaurants living in the Northwest. The taste of this dish was right on. I only added one thing toward the end--corn starch. I like my Molcajete a little thicker--thick enough to put on a tortillia if you wanted to. My family loved it, too. The chocolate added a richness to the flavore like no other. It was pretty easy to make, as well. My 7 yr old son even helped!"
"loved it made it several times now. I make it a little more spicy and and the last couple of minutes I add whole green onions in it. excellent excellent this recipe rocks"
"made the seafood version.very good"
"Excellent Molcajete recipe! The only thing that I will change next time, is to use a little more chile powder. I don't generally like a lot of spice, but with molcajete I'm so used to the burn I get that I actually missed it in this recipe. All the other flavors were just perfect!!!"