"This is a great authentic Mexican recipe." — Eny
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fresh tomatillos, husks removed
serrano chile peppers, chopped (wear gloves)
fresh chile de arbol peppers, chopped (wear gloves)
salt to taste
pork stew meat, coarsely chopped
Being a native Texan and having the luxury of eating real Mexican cuisine on a regular basis, I have to say that this recipe was a huge disappointment to say the least. My number one favorite entree at a local hole in the wall Cantina is Carne con chili and it's packed with flavor. I hate to knock anyone's recipe as I am not a cook by any means but this dish wasn't even remotely comparable. There is no flavor. It tasted like green tomatoes with an overwhelming amount of heat and I love spicy foods.
I guess the only positive thing I can say is that it's likely a good start to a decent sauce but needs much more flavor added.
Excellent recipe! Prepared just as written and it turned out great. Will definately be doing this again soon. Thank you for sharing.
Not sure what the bad review is all about, because this is a real good recipe! I just made it, and it tastes amazing! You can also change it around, if you want more of a red sauce, by adding more tomatoes and less tomatillos. Also instead of discarding the garlic, I added it to the blender with the rest of ingredients. either way, it's REALLY good and very easy to make! Also if you don't have or can't find chile de arbol, you can use Cayenne peppers :)
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Carne con Chile
Serving Size: 1/4 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 4
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 323
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