Ages 18+ ONLY!
*Note: This class will be taught in Spanish!*
In this class, students will learn about one of the seven major Oaxacan moles: Amarillo. Even though Amarillo means “yellow” in Spanish, the sauce will have a hue of orange due to the varietals of chiles used in recipes today.
Originally made with the yellow chilcosle/chicoxtle chile, an ancient chile only found in Oaxaca, we will observe and taste this thinner silky sauce version of mole amarillo that us used as a braise sauce for chicken.
Guest Speaker: Alfonso Martinez, owner of Poncho’s Tlayudas