Yield: Yields 12 to 16 tacos
Servings: 4 to 5
This chile con carne is made with chunks of beef, much more common in Mexico than ground beef. It is slowly braised with beer and chocolate for full flavor.
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Delicious - making it for the third time tonight
My husband loved this. I didn't love the flavors as much but the recipe is first class if these are the flavors you like. Easy to make and company worthy,
Really good. I was afraid it might be too hot, but is very flavorful and just right. Very authentic. Recipe would work with stronger lamb or pork. Will definitely make again. Love the adobo!
Absolutely delicious. Very authentic taste. My company raved about this recipe and has asked me to make it again.
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