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Whether you are looking for variety of Mexican chips, nachos or tacos, you will be spoilt for choice at our Mexican grocery store.

Takis – Snack History:
Takis is called a rolled corn tortilla chip snack, and is shaped much like small tortillas. Takis does not look like the typical “chip” but is being labeled as that anyway, despite looking more like a mini tortilla of sorts.

Takis is said to be invented by a person named Morgan Sanchez, though little information about this person and how exactly did they invent Takis could be found. It does appear that Takis was invented in the year 1999 in Mexico, before being introduced into the United States in the year 2006.

The name Takis may not be Takis true original name, it may have once been called Taquis, though little confirmation of that could be found and it may just be a rumor. Takis originated in Mexico, and it is not unthinkable that its name could have changed when it was released within the U.S. The company that produces Takis, Barcel, and also Barcel’s parent company Grupo Bimbo, makes a range of other snacks and candies products in addition to Takis.


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Most Popular Mexican Snacks & Confectionery

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Bored with the same old snacks and looking for something a little different to snack on? Try our Mexican snacks to make snacking more exciting. Here’s an overview of some of the most popular.

Spicy peanuts

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We have Japanese style peanuts coated in chili and soy sauce. These are often served in Mexican bars. Washed down with a cold beer they make the perfect snack. These crunchy hot nuts are addictive but be warned – they can become rather hot!

Rolled tortillas

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Rolled tortilla snacks Takis are available in hot chili and lime or original fajita flavors. They are moreish and perfect for indulging in an evening snack.

Chili candy

For the more adventurous, why not try chili flavored candy? The Skwinkles candy range has chamoy chili seasoning or rellenos pineapple and tamarind flavor.

DONA MARIA MOLE RECIPE

DONA MARIA Mole is a staple found in many Mexican kitchens, and for generations has been the easy way to fix a delicious mole in a matter of minutes.

NOTES:

  • If you like your Mole on the sweeter side, you can add one more quarter of the Chocolate tablet to your sauce.
  • If you don’t have tortillas, use 1 slice of toasted bread, or 4 saltine crackers.
  • DOÑA MARÍA® Mole is not a spicy sauce, but if you like to spice things up, add one chipotle pepper in adobo. Rinse it beforehand to remove the vinegar flavor, then add it to the blender with the cooked tomatoes.
  • The lid on the jar of DOÑA MARÍA® Mole is quite easy to take off, but if you’re having trouble you can remove it using a bottle opener.

INSTRUCTIONS TO COOK THE CHICKEN:

  1. Place the chicken pieces in a stockpot with the garlic, onion, celery stick (cut into 2-3 pieces), and parsley (or cilantro). Cover with water.
  2. Place the pot over medium-high heat, and once it comes to a boil, reduce the heat and simmer for 35-45 minutes until the chicken meat is cooked and tender. Season with salt and set aside. This chicken broth is what we will use to dilute the Mole paste.
  3. While the chicken is cooking, place the tomato, onion, and garlic in a saucepan. Cover with water and turn the heat to medium-high. Once it comes to a rolling boil, reduce the heat and cook for 8 minutes or until the tomatoes are cooked.
  4. Once the tomatoes are cooked, drain the water and place the tomatoes, onion, garlic, and the toasted tortilla in your blender. Process until you have a fine sauce, then set aside.
  5. Place a large frying pan over low heat and add the jar of DOÑA MARÍA® Mole and a cup of the chicken broth to start diluting the paste.
  6. Add one more cup of the broth along with the tomato sauce, chocolate, ground cinnamon, and ground anise seed. Stir well until the Mole paste has completely dissolved. Add more broth as needed, since the paste will get thicker as it continues cooking.

Some people like their sauce thicker than others,  regulate the amount of chicken broth used in order to achieve the thickness you like. Traditional Mole sauce has the consistency of a thick gravy.

  1. Add the chicken pieces to the sauce, season with salt, and slowly simmer for about 5 more minutes.

INSTRUCTIONS TO COOK THE CHICKEN:

  • Place the chicken pieces in a stockpot with the garlic, onion, celery stick (cut into 2-3 pieces), and parsley (or cilantro). Cover with water.
  • Place the pot over medium-high heat, and once it comes to a boil, reduce the heat and simmer for 35-45 minutes until the chicken meat is cooked and tender. Season with salt and set aside. This chicken broth is what we will use to dilute the Mole paste.

TO PREPARE THE MOLE DOÑA MARÍA® MOLE SAUCE

  • While the chicken is cooking, place the tomato, onion, and garlic in a saucepan. Cover with water and turn the heat to medium-high. Once it comes to a rolling boil, reduce the heat and cook for 8 minutes or until the tomatoes are cooked.
  • Once the tomatoes are cooked, drain the water and place the tomatoes, onion, garlic, and the toasted tortilla in your blender. Process until you have a fine sauce, then set aside.
  • Place a large frying pan over low heat and add the jar of DOÑA MARÍA® Mole and a cup of the chicken broth to start diluting the paste.
  • Add one more cup of the broth along with the tomato sauce, chocolate, ground cinnamon, and ground anise seed. Stir well until the Mole paste has completely dissolved. Add more broth as needed, since the paste will get thicker as it continues cooking.
  • Some people like their sauce thicker than others,  regulate the amount of chicken broth used in order to achieve the thickness you like. Traditional Mole sauce has the consistency of a thick gravy.
  • Add the chicken pieces to the sauce, season with salt, and slowly simmer for about 5 more minutes.

Serve with rice and warm corn tortillas. Enjoy!

Notes

  • If you like your Mole on the sweeter side, you can add one more quarter of the Chocolate tablet to your sauce.
  • If you don’t have tortillas, use 1 slice of toasted bread, or 4 saltine crackers.
  • DOÑA MARÍA® Mole is not a spicy sauce, but if you like to spice things up, add one chipotle pepper in adobo. Rinse it beforehand to remove the vinegar flavor, then add it to the blender with the cooked tomatoes.
  • The lid on the jar of DOÑA MARÍA® Mole is quite easy to take off, but if you’re having trouble you can remove it using a bottle opener.

Nutrition

Calories: 246kcal | Carbohydrates: 6g | Protein: 19g | Fat: 16g | Saturated Fat: 5g | Cholesterol: 72mg | Sodium: 518mg | Potassium: 374mg | Fiber: 1g | Sugar: 2g | Vitamin A: 305IU | Vitamin C: 14.1mg | Calcium: 46mg | Iron: 1.4mg

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