Encacahuatado

Encacahuatado

from my family recipes

Ingredients

1 kg of pork beef loin
2 liters of water
3 guajillo chiles, washed, cored, seeded
1 Charcoiled tortilla
1 cup peanuts
½ onion
1 red tomato
2 cloves garlic
Oil for frying
salt

Preparation
Cook meat in 2 liters of water add 1 teaspoon salt and cook until meat is tender.

In a skillet fry guajillo chiles, peanuts, onion, red tomato, garlic cloves, until well browned, remove from heat and put everything in a glass blender and add the tortilla tatem, then remove the tomato´s shell and blend all until sauce becomes smooth and soft.

In a pot add oil and fry the meat until the meat is browned, add the sauce until season and change color.

Serve with white rice and black beans.

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2 Responses to Encacahuatado

  1. please tell me what a tadem tortilla is. i am not familiar with this term in english o español: ‘tortilla tatemada’

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