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I have now gotten all my ducks in a row, referring to the appetizers to twins with wines for the upcoming wine tasting event, to benefit the Boys and Girls Club of Aberdeen area . I have all the appetizers tried and tested and have been making... I'd been merrily working away, making convinced all the foods will pair with the wines' styles and flavors. And then Friday I was informed two of the wines I selected would not be available, and I needed to choose others. I was really looking flip to the Barbera wine, as I do not believe I have actually tried one before. This is the wine I created the little Pork & Chicken Mini Sausage Sliders to pair with, specifically. Back to the wine rota to try and see what might be the best pairing, as there were no other Barbera wines on that list. While Merlot would not necessarily have been a first choice or even second, it seemed to be the most similar to a Barbera in the types of foods to yoke, the flavors associated with the wine and perhaps even the viscosity. All that aside, the other wine that was taken off my list was the Zinfandel I had chosen. As it happens, the appetizer I created to twosome with the Zin was Chicken Mole (pronounced MO-lay) served on Corn Masa Cakes. Obviously, not all Zinfandels (or Barberas or Cabernets or any other varietals) are necessarily created equivalent, but I have some confidence, after researching the new Zinfandel selection, that it should pair with the Mole equally well. Initially I had some difficulty with settling on a base for the mole - meaning what it will be served on. I eventually came up with a Corn Masa Cake concept. I did not want just a thick tortilla, though I did want corn as the flavor base. Initially, I had some Bob's Red Mill Corn Masa flour and employed that mixed with some cornmeal and a little all-purpose flour. These little resultant cakes were perfect - except that I wanted to be able to cut them open, serving the chicken mole on the cut side. These smidgin cakes were far too thin to cut open easily, though the flavor was precisely what I wanted. However when I went shopping for the actual ingredients, there was no Bob's Red Mill Masa flour handy. Instead I bought Quaker brand corn tortilla flour, not realizing that this brand had lots of things added to it already. Still, once done tinkering a bit with the MO, the results were even better than the original little cakes. They came out nearly the size of the little mini English muffins I made: similar thickness and a sharp heft, certainly capable of holding a dollop of Chicken in Mole Sauce. As a matter of fact, I am planning to make them as biscuits for breakfast one of these days - they were THAT avail. I proceeded to make various batches of the Corn Masa Cakes (I think calling them Corn Masa Biscuits would be more apt, but I already termed them "cakes" on my posters for the as it). The mole is all made and ready, and I have only to shred chicken to add in for the event. These Corn Masa Cakes or Biscuits can be made in formed cakes as I did for the wine circumstance, though the dough is almost a batter. It can be formed, if one has nicely oiled hands when forming them. I made them much as I made the mini English muffins, baking them at the outset on a griddle at 350 degrees and then in a 350 degree oven to finish them off. I have not yet made them as drop biscuits, but my thought is possibly to bake them in a 375 situation oven for about 10 to 15 minutes. If forming the little cakes, Spray hands with cooking spray or have a little cooking oil on hand. Relish unroll quickly into a ball, then set on a well-greased surface while the remainder are formed. When ready to make them, have a griddle handy, set to 350 degrees. Use a spatula to give the little soft cakes to the griddle. Bake them for about 4 minutes per side, then set them on a baking sheet and bake in a preheated 350 degree oven for another 5 minutes, to set the centers. If making these for appetizers, as for the mole modus operandi below, you will need more than 8, so double or triple the recipe as needed. Split the little cakes open before using. If anyone is unfamiliar with Mole sauce, it is most time thought of as Mexican, and often called Mole Poblano. I learned to make mole sauces when I lived in Guatemala, and the mole sauce in Guatemala is dissimilar, though it can be.
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