Posole, Pozole, hominy
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style="font-size: small;">2-12oz packages DRIED posole (Pozole, Uncooked Hominy).  

style="font-size: xx-small;" size="1">This is simply the posole corn, not the prepared stew.  Recipe below:


style="text-decoration: underline;">POSOLE RECIPE


Posole Recipe

Posole or Pozole is a spicy corn stew traditionally made with pork. New Mexicans have been enjoying posole for centuries. Posole is a ceremonial dish for celebrating life's blessings. Traditional posole is made with large kernel white corn that has been soaked in a solution of lime and then is dehydrated. Hominy is often used as a substitution for true posole.


1 pound of posole corn or hominy
1 medium to large onion chopped
2 cloves garlic minced
10 cups water
1/4 teaspoon oregano
1 pound pork loin, bite-sized
2 cups red or green chile
1 teaspoon salt


Rinse posole corn until water runs clear; drain. Place posole corn, pork and 10 cups water in large stewing pot. Bring to a boil on high heat. Reduce heat to low and simmer for 3 hours. Add remaining ingredients and additional water if needed and continue to simmer for another 2 hours or until posole corn kernels open and are soft but not falling apart.

Makes 8-12 cups

Recipe courtesy of Marie Coleman, Casa de Ruiz - Church Street Cafe www.churchstreetcafe.com

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12oz DRIED Posole (Pozole/Uncooked Hominy) -2 pack

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