This is another great recipe I learned while working with some great Mexican cooks. I was told that this dish is pretty authentic, but tends to have more onions and tomatillos than chicken. This recipe make look intimidating, but it;s not. If you don't have dried chilies in your pantry, I recommend you get some. They're great for boosting a home made salsa and for making you own chili powder. If you are unfamiliar with tomatillos, read on. They are kinda like a tomato, but they are greenish and have a paper like outer skin. The flesh is kinda like an apple in texture and sweet/tart in taste. When shopping for them, look for loose outer skin and the flesh should be sticky to the touch. I like to serve this simple, with some jack cheese and small flour tortillas. Throw in a little sour cream for some extra richness, and your well on your way to a nice food coma. This recipe is mild on the heat level, enough that my four year old loved it. You can add more peppers to kick it up if needed. But no matter how you sling it, it's all bueno.