Thursday, November 11, 2010

Experimental Food

I was reading a magazine at the car dealership while having the oil changed and saw a recipe for Chicken Mole and I jotted it down.  I decided to experiment with supper last night and made something I'd always been curious about but had never tried.  Sometimes experiments work out fine...and sometimes, not so much. 
Chicken Mole has a combination of spices--garlic, cinnamon, cloves, red and black pepper, cocoa--and this recipe called for almond butter (which I have been wanting to use up).  For the variety of ingredients, I found the dish quite tasteless.  It was almost like one thing would cancel the other out.  Out of consideration for my dear husband, I left out the onions--maybe that is what was needed to tie everything together.
It's back to the tried and true for tonight--a hamburger for Mike and a walnut-lentil burger for me.  It is nice enough to fire up the grill.


  1. that's what you get for using a recipe you found at a car dealership while having your oil changed.

  2. Aw gee, marcia said it perfectly. I really did have to look up "mole". I was thinking blind dirt digger at first.

  3. Mole seems to be a difficult sauce as I have a FEW good mole sauces but mostly my experience has been like yours.


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