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Foraging with Alexis Nikole Nelson.
Classic mojo verde from the Canary Islands is a sauce made by blending cilantro and/or parsley, garlic, green peppers, cumin and oil. But on Tenerife, the largest of the islands, we learned a different version of mojo verde, one that included avocado and almonds that gave the sauce a creamy, velvety richness. We adapted that sauce for pairing with simple sautéed cumin-seasoned chicken cutlets.
medium (6 ounces total) poblano chilies
teaspoons ground cumin, divided
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