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This week Chef Arlyn Lewellyn of Function Brewing shares an innovative, vegetarian spin on Chile Verde.
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With a blend of ancient grains and all-purpose flour, this dough rests in the fridge overnight to build flavor and texture.
Serve Chef Arlyn Llewellyn's Chile Verde in a bowl with rice and cheese, or as a filling for crispy-shelled enchiladas.