That's a good question. I'm not sure what is the right answer. I'll do some Googling and get back to you if I find an answer. You should email the people at Medifast as they probably could give you an answer..
Your Medifast recipe so inspired me that I went out & bought the ingredients to make the tortillas right after work... I got home, measured everything out, pureed it in my Medifast food processor & went to spread out the mixture on my Teflex sheets in my Excalibur dehydrator....
When I discovered the Teflex sheets were gone!!!.
Turns out my husband thought they were used (and therefore garbage) & threw them away!!!!! I thought, for a moment, of throwing.
Away.. but since the reason I wanted to make the Medifast recipe is that it would be reminiscent(sp?) of our honeymoon in Oaxaca, Mexico throwing him away would be counter-productive.
I did have two sheets left so I squeezed the tortilla mixture onto those I'll let you know how the rest turns out....
Thanks again for the inspiring recipe,.
WOW, this sounds amazing..
How very creative of you..
I'm gonna' have to try it. YUMMY!!!..
Oh thank you, thank you. I *adore* mole. Dh and I lived in Oaxaca for a short while and ate every kind of mole we could find. But my favorite is still the one from my childhood (which looks alot like your recipe). I will be trying your Medifast recipe very soon!..
Thanks all of you! Please let me know what you all think, and let me know what you did, added or subtracted tha might make these even better. There are two kinds of people: those who love mole, and those who don't...and those of us who do, it's a hard thing to leave behind!!! Any feedback would be rawsome..
I was thinking, too, of trying the "chicken" fingers recipes as a filling, but I love my avocado too much!.
Well, I made the mole as written. I thought it was a little too thick & pasty so I thought I'd thin it out w/ something. I thought that sweet orange juice would do the trick(and maybe add another layer of flavor to the mole) unfortunately, as soon as I poured it into the Medifast food processor the mole sauce thickened further & turned into a mud-ball with oil ooozing out of it! I think the acid may have had a reaction with something....
I have to start all over again....
Anybody have any thoughts on what happened to my mole?.
Hmmmm....have no idea why this might have happened to the mole! But now we know...no OJ in the mole. So sorry! That's the one thing I have found with raw recipes; sometimes, it hard even when duplicating a Medifast recipe to get everything to come out consistent time and time again because veggies and fruits are no standard items like sugar or flour. So sorry! Maybe adding almond milk or water? Anyone?.
Hmm ,maybe if you cut down on the almond butter ,seems like alot!.
And maybe added oil ?
Your mole Medifast recipe inspired me! I made a few little changes (mostly because of what I had and didn't have handy). I made the corn tortillas, just used chopped tomatoes and avocado for the filling, and for the mole, I combined in the blender some tahini, agave, raw carob powder, raw cacao nibs, sea salt, olive oil, apple cider vinegar, oregano, chili powder, lots of cumin, a half avocado, a shallot, 1 clove garlic and some water. It came out great, very smooth and rich tasting..
If I had to do it again, I would add some hot sauce and peppers to the mole, and then in the filling, I would add some "refried beans," fresh cilantro, and squeeze a little lime over it all..
But even as is, it was delicious and great for satisfying those bread/cooked Medifast food cravings!..