Authentic Moles for Cinco de Mayo from HERNÁN


In Mexico, Mole sauces traditionally take hours (and in some cases days!) to prepare from scratch at home. HERNÁN mole sauces are made in Mexico by local artisans who’ve done the intensive work of producing authentic pastes—so you don’t have to. Easy to prepare  (just add broth or water!) and you have delicious sauces in minutes to serve. Available in Mole Poblano and Mole Pipian, these pastes are 100% natural & vegan that can be enjoyed as a meal as well as can be a condiment of choice! Perfect for all your favorite dishes. HERNÁN moles are easy to prepare without compromising the integrity of Mexico’s most quintessential dish. It’s a paste, like the moles found in “mercados” (open-air markets) in Mexico.  One taste and you’ll feel like you’re “en Mexico!”

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HERNÁN Mole Poblano — A complex yet well-balanced chocolatey spicy sauce, a combination of 4 kinds of chilies tempered with raisins, nuts, sesame seeds, cacao, plantains, piloncillo (Mexican raw cane sugar), and other herbs & spices. Made of 28 natural and vegan. Enjoy as a sauce with poultry, roasted pork, grilled vegetables, shrimp, or fish. Also, delicious over vegan dishes of tofu and seitan steak. Also, can be used as a salsa for huevos rancheros, and tacos, or as a BBQ rub (ideal for summer grilling).

HERNÁN Mole Pipian– A rich and smooth blend of earthy flavors. Roasted pepitas (pumpkin seeds), sesame seeds, and peanuts mixed with spicy chilies and tangy epazote – the Aztecs’ cooking herb of choice. Enjoy over poultry, roasted pork, fish, shrimp, or grilled vegetables with a bed of rice. Use as a salsa for enchiladas, tacos, and quesadillas. Vegan and Gluten-free.

Hispanic woman-owned company. Available at www.hernanmexico.com

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