Hello my people, welcome to my kitchen. Today, as you asked me, I’m going to prepare you a delicious mole, the way I do it here at my rancho. The first thing is putting the chicken to cook. I’m going to add a little bit of salt, then the chicken, so it can start cooking. I’m going to add the garlic, and a slice of onion. So this can get cooked faster. While the chicken is there, I’m going to pick two peppers. And as you can see, I already have them ready without veins, without nothing. It’s black, mulatto and pasilla. Don’t let it burn, because it can become bitter. Once the peppers are done, I’m going to put them here, in a soup, so they get pretty wet, to grind them. Because I’m just going to do 3 kilos of chicken, I bought this small amount of peppers. They are approximately 10 for each one, and with that I have enough to make the 3 kilos. Now I’m going to brown… a tomato, onion, a serrano pepper, a tomato, and the garlic. Now that’s done, I’m going to add those in here. Now I’m going to brown a tortilla. Once it’s browned, I’m going to add it over there. Now the tortilla is done, I’m going to add it here. Now I’m going to brown… some salted cookies. A packet. A little packet of salted cookies “Crackets”. They are done. They are done. Or they can get burned. These are the salted cookies I use for the mole, and also a piece of chocolate that I’ll be adding in there. Abuelita. “Chocolate Abuelita”. And I’m going to brown a bread roll. The bread roll is done, and I’m going to add it in here. And I apologize if you can’t hear that much, but it’s raining and my little house is made of sheet, and it makes too much noise. I’m going to brown big pepper, clove, an small pepper, a pice of ginger, and since I don’t have a measurer I picked them with my four fingers, and that’s my measure. [They aren’t focusing] This happens because of the oil and they get burned, and they get bitter. Now I’m going to brown the sesame in this little casserole, but without oil, just like this. And I’m going to cover it, because once it starts to brown, it jumps. While that happens, I’m going to grind the cloves in the molcajete (grinder) Once it’s grinded, I’m going to put it in there. Now since it’s grinded, I’m going to added in here. Now I’m going to grind… the sesame, that’s already browned. I’m also going to grind it in here, to add it in there. I’m going to put it… I already put the casserole and I’m going to add enough oil, so the pepper fries well. Now I’m going to grind the pepper. Now I’m going to grind the pepper with everything and a bit of salt, and with everything we have already added, and it will get grinded. I’ll be adding a little bit of water because the soup is very hot, and the blender can descompose. I’m going to pour it in the casserole, just as I’m grinding it, because it’s too much pepper. And I do not strain it, I pour it directly, because it tastes better that way, without straining it, because the flavor stays in the strainer. I’m going to keep grinding, little by little. So, because it’s now boiling, I’m going to add two spoons of sugar, and it adds a lot of flavor, and the color changes. It doesn’t taste sweet at all, it’s just for the flavor. Look, the color already changed. So it can taste pretty delicious, just as I like it. So now that it is ready and boiling, I’m going to add the chicken, so it boils and tastes delicious I’m going to leave it in there, so it boils a bit more. So now that it is ready, I’m going to serve myself the wing, since it’s the part I like the most, accompanied with my rice. Let me see how it tastes… It is… very delicious! Tasty! 🙂 Well, my people, I hope you liked this mole of rancho, and I didn’t prepare the tortillas right now, because I made them in the morning but you know I always prepare them with so much joy, from my rancho to your kitchen.