Learn how to make Chile Colorado sauce at home for marinating your meats and flavoring your…hangover cures.
Chile freaking Colorado sauce, guys!
I love it almost as much as I love White Collar.
I love it almost as much as I love this chilling Sia video. <- So chilling.
I love it 56,128,782∞ times more than I love doing my taxes.
It’s been a hot minute since we’ve done some good old fashioned saucing up in here. You know how I love my sauces, but I’ve been getting carried away with this and that and all the pancakes, so sauces haven’t been at the forefront of my mind.
Except for Chile Colorado Sauce. Which is never not on my mind.
Whenever I go out for Mexican food (which isn’t often these days), I always have a difficult time deciding what to order. Do I want beefy Chile Colorado? Chicken mole? Some sort of 7-meat molcajete? Decisions, decisions, I must eat like it’s my last meal, so I had better make it count.
Because I just luuurve making sauces homemade, Chile Colorado sauce has been a big To Do for quite some time. And looky here, I finally made it!
It’s really quite simple. All’s you do is some sauteing, simmering, and blending. WHAMO: slurpable sauce for all of your consumables. Swaddle it up with rice and beans in a corn tortilla, and you’re in the money. The recipe makes quite a bit of sauce, so you can easily make 2 or 3 big meals with it.
Chile Colorado’s a blast to have around. I mean, do you remember when I was hungover from New Years and I showed you my hangover cure breakfast, which happened to be marinated in Chile Colorado sauce? That was a blast.
Wait, I even took a legit photo of the cure..whilst hungover…because that’s how dedicated I am to capturing moments of culinary bliss that happen to absolve the pain of no longer having the alcohol tolerance of a
17 21 year-old:
Gorgeous, ain’t she? Makes you feel like you should be hungover every weekend. Kind of. Not really.
You’ll be seeing a pretty choice use of the sauce tomorrow. In the meantime, grab a straw.