This dish has a beautiful view, with a blend of white, red and green. Typical Mexican food is served on special occasions. Spicy sweet savory taste, made from poblano peppers covered with walnut sauce and a sprinkling of pomegranate seeds. Yummy!
Chile en nogada could not be found at any time. The main ingredient is the chile en nogada walnuts and pomegranate seeds are not always available. Well, when walnuts and pomegranate seeds are widely available in Mexico, restoranpun directly competing to make such an announcement which tells if they present the chile en nogada.
This dish is considered special because of the presence of close to Mexico's independence day on 16 September. Then the chile en nogadapun so special dish on the day each year.
Chile en nogada was first made by a nun from Puebla who would like to welcome the arrival of a soldier Agustin de Iturbide of Mexico. In Puebla, poblano peppers were encountered. The shape is slightly overweight with a flavor that was not too spicy sting.
Chile en nogada represent the Mexican flag colors of red, white and green. Consists of poblano chilies stuffed with fruit and nuts, with a white walnut cream sauce and sprinkled with pomegranate seeds and parsley leaves in red and green.
To make the chile en nogada, is to be prepared roasted poblano chili, picadillo stuffing, and nogada sauce. Picadillo is made from minced meats, onion, garlic, chopped apples and pears, almonds, and raisins flavored with cloves, cinnamon, and salt.
Nogada sauce made from cream and walnuts are soaked in milk and then mashed together. Furthermore, poblano peppers stuffed with picadillo and covered with flour and whisk the egg mixture is fluffy, and ready to be fried in hot oil.
Once everything is ready, just served with. Fried poblano peppers that have been doused with white sauce and given a sprinkling of pomegranate seeds and parsley. Yum ... yum ... deliciosa!