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Garnachas with Mole Manchamantales

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Sweet potato cakes with a plantain chile mole

Short History: There are a few legends about the origin of mole, with some saying that it comes from a group of nuns in Puebla who were in such a rush to create something for the archbishop that they threw random ingredients into a pot to simmer. However, mole predates the Spanish invasion of Mexico, and so mole is probably a variation of an Aztec dish – Totolmolli! This dish from The Vegan Taste is a great source of protein, folate, thiamin, B vitamins, zinc, magnesium, and more!

Reheating Instructions: Warm in a covered pan over medium

Customer Comments:

“A favorite. Pan fried, the sweet potato torta was a crunchy compliment to the delicious manchanantales stew,” – Susan Fr. from New River

“Wonderfully delicious!” – Sylvi Ne. from Mesa

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