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Chilaquiles With Tomatillo (green) Sauce

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#21 PaulaV

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    Posted 11 June 2007 - 10:28 PM

    My goodness, now my stomach is growling and it's 10:30pm! Thanks for that Tammy & Mora...

    I throw the tomatillos with some onion, cilantro, salt, serrano chiles into a pot until they boil. Then they go into the blender. After making a puree, put a little bit of oil into a frying pan, dump the puree in there with a little chicken boullion powder. Sometimes the tomatillos make it too watery, so adding this last process is to thicken it up a bit. If the tomatillos are too tart, add a pinch or two of sugar.

    Awwww maaaaan, I am craving chilaquiles now!

    #22 edna

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      Posted 12 June 2007 - 10:23 AM

      It's time for breakfast and there are no chilaquiles around!!! I am so hungry, I will have to eat my healthy bar and yogurt jajaja

      #23 RiuORBride2B

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        Posted 13 June 2007 - 09:08 PM

        MMMMMM, this sounds so yummy. I have never had it before, but it sounds so good I can't stop thinking about it. I will definitely have to make this one. I even went to buy a mexican cookbook, but couldn't find one with this recipe. Good post.

        #24 Sarah


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          Posted 13 June 2007 - 09:18 PM

          I'm so glad to see this thread revived! I ate chilaquiles every morning in Cabo & I miss them. I've GOT to try this recipe!

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