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Chiles en nogada based on an old family recipe from Yuriria, Guanajuato that dates back at least until the 1950’s. Chiles en nogada are meat stuffed poblano chiles bathed in nogada, a walnut cream sauce and garnished with pomegranate seeds and parsley. September is the month in which chiles en nogada are typically served Mexico to celebrate Independence Day. The dish has the colors of the Mexican flag, green, white and red.