With a few Mexican cookbooks and some humble help form this blog, you can learn to make mole. Learning how to make mole doesn’t have to be difficult. First, having the basic knowledge of mole, ingredients, and recipes, is a great start. Additionally, cookbooks can be extremely helpful. Building a cookbook library is a wise decision. Here’s a list of our favorite cookbooks to help you get started.
Best Mexican Cookbooks for Learning to Make Mole
With the help of these cookbooks, you can learn to make authentic mole. Let experienced chefs like Susana Trilling and Rick Bayless share their mole recipes with you. Bricia Lopez from Los Angeles’ Guelaguetza restaurant famous for its mole also contributes to my kitchen library with her new book. All in all, these are some of the best Mexican cookbooks for learning to make mole.
If you want to get a great cookbook to introduce to the essentials of Mexican cuisine, start with Diana Kennedy. She has spent much of her life in Mexico learning authentic recipes and techniques. Her cookbooks are must-haves for any chef.
- The Essential Cuisines of Mexico: A Cookbook by Diana Kennedy
- Seasons of My Heart: A Culinary Journey Through Oaxaca, Mexico by Susana Trilling