• Smoked Oaxacan Mole Sauce

    This mouthwatering smoked mole will transport you to Oaxaca, Mexico where mole is king and every abuela has her own secret recipe. Winner of the Good Food Award, this ready to use sauce makes restaurant worthy meals in minutes. Just reheat and use as a braise, sauce, slather, dip, condiment or secret 007 ingredient to spice up any meal. Vegan black bean mole tacos anyone? Oh yea! 

    Made with smoked chiles imported from Oaxaca with the perfect combination of other chiles, tomatoes, onions, garlic, and spices. This sauce is simmered for hours and finished with fresh lime juice, fresh cilantro, and bunches and bunches of love.

    100% Natural. Gluten free. Vegan. Approximately 5 portions per container. 

    15 oz glass jar

    Handmade and packaged with care by Bunches & Bunches Ltd. in Portland, OR.

    Winner of a 2017 Good Food Award.

    Water, Onion, Canned Tomatoes (Tomatoes, Tomato Juice from Concentrate, Water, Citric Acid, Calcium Chloride), New Mexico Chiles, Lime Juice, Garlic, Cilantro, Vegetable Oil (Safflower Oil/and/or Sunflower Oil), Pasillas De Oaxaca, Salt, Apple Cider Vinegar, Cumin, Chipotle Powder, Coriander, Cayenne Pepper

    Allergen Info
    May contain traces of Wheat,Milk,Tree Nuts,Peanuts.

    Customer Reviews

    Based on 2 reviews
    Teresa Graedon

    The smoked Oaxacan mole sauce from Bunches and Bunches is superb! It's not quite like anything we ever tasted in Oaxaca, but it is as good as the best.

    pam letourneau

    I like this mole. But as a single person and an occasional meat eater, the size of the jar was too large and the expiration date was too short (one week from the opening of the jar). A smaller jar would have been better for me.
    As suggested, I did freeze some of the sauce and just finished it a couple of days ago.

    The expiration date on the product isn't for over a year, but yes, like any fresh product you should consume it within 7 days after opening. You can freeze it though in an airtight container and then it will last somewhat indefinitely although the consistency will not exactly the same. It may separate a bit when thawed, but cooking a bit stovetop should remedy that. We will experiment with this ourselves!