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August 24, 2009

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Rodrigo

What a lovely recipe. My father's hometown in Mexico (Culiacan, Sinaloa) has a trademark dish called "camarones culichi". Shrimp bathed in a creamy poblano chile sauce. I've always thought, "This should be a soup!"

And I think a dried poblano is chile ancho, no?

Rodrigo

What a lovely recipe. My father's hometown in Mexico (Culiacan, Sinaloa) has a trademark dish called "camarones culichi". Shrimp bathed in a creamy poblano chile sauce. I've always thought, "This should be a soup!"

And I think a dried poblano is chile ancho, no?

Cali

­¡Sí, es chile ancho!

guy webster

ancho

Linda Hopkins

My Arizona garden is overflowing with poblano and a person can only eat so many chili rellenos, so looking forward to this soup! Although I've had a website for my cooking school for 9 years, I just began blogging, and your site is an inspiration, thank you!

Ms. Glaze

You guys are so smart!!! Yes, dried poblano peppers are ancho chiles which have a lovely intense smokey flavor and they're great simmered in red sauces including BBQ sauce.

Christine.hardy.leaf

This is great. What about just a hint of epazote?

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John Lair

Oh Jesus! This recipe is very new to me! I'm so curious about its taste! I'm taking a crash course for culinary arts; and cooking is my great passion. I hope I can find a good schedule so I can try to cook this one. Honestly, if I'll manage a restaurant, I want to cater unusual foods. If I have savings and I can borrow capital from business cash advance loan, I will start a restaurant.

merchantjohn

It's really a mouth watering recipe! I can't wait to try this at home. I am pretty sure that my family and kids like it..Thanks a Lot for sharing this recipe.

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