Red Mole Sauce
4oz. Pork chops - 8 each
3 tbsp. oil
1 tsp. Garlic minced
14oz. Onions – 1/4” diced
1oz. tomato paste
7oz tomatoes – drained & pureed
1oz. red wine vinegar
5 oz. enchilada sauce, canned
1Tbsp. Dijon mustard
1.5 tsp. chili powder
1.5 tsp. paprika
1.5 tsp.Cumin, ground
1.5 tsp cloves, ground
1 ea. Bay leaf whole
Make the sauce day before so the flavor develops.
Heat sauce pot over medium heat with oil.
Add garlic and onions to hot oil, stir and caramelize for 5 minutes. Lower heat.
Add dried spices and cook for another 5 minutes. Add vinegar to deglaze and reduce by half.
Add tomato paste and diced tomatoes.
Mix and allow to simmer for 20 minutes, stirring occasionally.
Add water and continue on a low simmer for another 20 minutes.
Add enchilada sauce and Dijon. Whisk into mixture and simmer for another 15 minutes.
Sauce will continue to thicken and reduce.
When ready, remove from heat and puree. Chill and reserve for later.
On a sprayed baking tray place pork chops apart.
Put 1/2 tbsp. of Red Mole sauce onto each pork chop and smear across pork chop to cover. Reserve remaining sauce to heat and serve with completed dish.
Cook pork chops in pre heated oven at 350*F for about 10 minutes.
Mole will become like a glaze over pork chop.
Brown Rice & Beans
4 cups Cooked Brown Rice
1.5 cups Black Beans Frozen
1tsp. cumin, black pepper, & turmeric mixed
Place all ingredients in a medium sauté pan with cover, mix well and heat thoroughly in a hot 350* oven for about 8 to 10 minutes.
Here at POH we serve to our clients….
4oz. rice and beans in center of plate,
4oz. Sauté green beans,
1 piece of glazed pork chop, partially over rice and green beans.
Finish plate with 2-3 oz. Mole sauce around plate.
Calories 469Kcal Sodium 343mg Fat 23.2 gm
Protein 33gm Calcium 112mg Iron 2.74mg