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  • Called simply (and fondly) "amarillo", this dish is a specialty of the Central Valleys region of Oaxaca.

    Oaxacan Yellow Mole: Amarillo

  • Both sopa queretana, with purple sweet potatoes, chicken breast and egg yolks, and garbanzos en amarillo, with chickpeas, orange sweet potatoes and saffron, are evocative of the hearty peasant dishes of central Spain.

    Making merry in May: Mexico's National Cheese and Wine Festival

  • By Diseños de cocina, con el color amarillo como distinción | Arkihome on April 7, 2010 at 7: 15 pm

    Kitchen Design

  • Hoy queremos presentar algunos diseños de cocina de Vetronica de Mesón que reúne elementos de color negro, blanco y amarillo.

    Kitchen Design

  • Este diseño tiene un interior con pocos muebles y destacan el color blanco y el negro de los muebles y utensilios, y por último pero no menos importante las puertas del armario de color amarillo.

    Kitchen Design

  • Mine was mole amarillo and I think it was the favored one (though the venison it surrounded was a waste of time and money).

    Oaxaca please.......hold the mole?

  • Go to Oaxaca, eat mole amarillo, mole coloradito, mole negro, mole verde, and the other moles that Oaxaca is famous for.

    Oaxaca please.......hold the mole?

  • A squat yellow jar, its label in Spanish, aji amarillo.

    The Kitchen Daughter

  • I chop onion and garlic and start them frying in the oil, then I spoon out the right amount of aji amarillo paste and put the jar back in the fridge.

    The Kitchen Daughter

  • Garbanzo soup with saffron: Garbanzos en amarillo by

    Garbanzo soup with saffron: Garbanzos en amarillo

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  • Spanish equivalent of yellow.
    (pronounce) amar-eee-oh

    August 13, 2009