Red Chile Meat

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Recipe category: Main Dishes
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Difficulty: Easy
Calories: 330 (17% DV)
Fat: 16g (25% DV)
Carbohydrates: 10g (3% DV)
Protein: 35g (69% DV)
Description: Spicy and delicious! Wrap in an Ezekiel tortilla with lettuce, put on top of a sweet potato, serve with eggs, the possibilities are endless!
Ingredients:  Makes 4 servings
16  ounces
 
1  tablespoon
 
1  tablespoon
 
3  cups
 
1  teaspoon
 
1/2  teaspoon
 
1  tablespoon
 
1/2  cup
 

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Directions:  
In a medium oven-proof saucepan with a lid, heat olive oil on medium heat. Stir in flour and cook for 1 minute, until flour starts to bubble and brown.

Add red chile powder and cook for an additional minute. Use less chile powder for a milder flavor.

Gradually add the water and stir, making sure that no lumps form.

Add seasonings to sauce and stir. Add meat and cover with the sauce.

Put lid on pan and place in oven. Bake for approximately 4 hours at 350 degrees until meat is tender and can be cut with a fork. You may have to add more water during cooking, do not allow the meat to dry out.

When it has cooled slightly, shred meat using two forks.
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