The recipes I am seeing on the web have bread (white or whole grain) as an ingredient. I guess my first question is, is this a traditional recipe (i.e pre-Columbian) and second, what would be the traditional substitute for bread? I was thinking masa harin, going on the assumption that the bread is for thickening the sauce. Thank you.
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