Doña Maria Mole Ready to Serve, Easy Mole Recipe

Famous for mole in the jar, Doña Maria Mole Ready to Serve is the easiest and fastest way to make mole. Even easier than the mole jar, this boxed version is ready in an instant.

After sampling many ways to prepare mole, this is best easy mole recipe. There are to options when cooking this ready to serve mole. The recommended stove-top option needs only two ingredients. The other, you use only the contents of the box in the microwave.

How to make Doña Maria Mole Ready to Serve

Each small 9.5oz box makes about 3 servings. These moles recipes only take a few minutes to prepare.

Stove top directions (recommended):

  1. Shake before opening.
  2. In the saucepan, heat 1 teaspoon of. ADD Doña Maria Mole Ready to Serve to the pan.
  3.  Bring sauce to a boil and heat for two minutes.

Microwave directions:

  1. Empty the contents of package into a microwavable bowl.
  2. Lightly cover, heat for two minutes or until hot.

Serving Suggestions for Doña Maria mole:

  • Serve over chicken, turkey, pork or beef
  • Mix with beans for extra flavor
  • Pour as sauce on tacos or burritos
  • Use as sauce for enchiladas or chilaquiles

4 thoughts on “Doña Maria Mole Ready to Serve, Easy Mole Recipe”

  1. Wanted to know how I should prepare the chicken. I want it in the mole sauce. Do I cook the chicken first or can it cook in the sauce?

    1. Traditionally the mole sauce is always prepared separate from the meat (or veggie) and served over or on the side of the dish. Normally, I use chicken breast. I prefer bone-in for flavor. You can bring water to a boil, add your chicken and let the water return back to a boil. Then lower the heat so the breast simmers for about 20-25 min until cooked through but not overcooked. I let the chicken cool and then shred it with two forks (or your fingers work well too). This is how I make shredded chicken for my enchiladas. Grilled chicken also tastes good with mole. For a quick and easy solution, you can even get a rotisserie chicken from the market. Provecho!

    1. YES! Usually, when eating mole traditionally, the sauce is prepared separately from the meat. But you can do whatever you want. I have two suggestions: 1. You can prepare the chicken alone in the crockpot with water, some spices, and maybe an onion halved. You could then prepare the Dona Maria mole really quick in the microwave and pour over the chicken. you could also shred the thighs then and put the shredded meat in a tortilla top with the sauce for a taco. You could also roll the shredded meat in a tortilla, top with sauce, crema, and cheese for an enchilada. 2. I’ve never cooked the ready-to-serve in a crockpot, but I would put the chicken in with the sauce and maybe a little bit of water. Then I would slice some white onion really then and throw that on top. Let me know how it turns out. Provecho!

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