Authentic Posole - Mexican Stew
Rich and flavorful this soup is slow cooked until the hominy is soft and the pork is fall apart tender.
Recipe: 30-Minute Chicken Posole
Posole is everything I love about Mexican cuisine. It’s fresh and light, spicy and cool, crunchy and chewy — all in one bowl. It’s also the best kind of soup for this in-between “not quite cold, but not quite warm” weather we’ve been having. It’s a cozy and satisfying soup that you get to pile with fresh green toppings. Trust me, this combination totally works. Also called “pozole,” this is basically a kicked-up chicken soup.
New Mexican Pozole Recipe
NYT Cooking: In New Mexico, there is abundance and generosity and plenty of comfort food at holiday parties. Posole, the savory and hearty, rather soupy stew made from dried large white corn kernels simmered for hours, is traditional and easy to prepare. Stir in a ruddy red purée of dried New Mexico chiles to give the stew its requisite kick. This is satisfying, nourishing, fortifyin...
Crock-Pot Chicken Posole
Friends, I have resisted the allure of the crock-pot for years. YEARS. In my mind, crock-pots produce such things as sticky, too-sweet barbecue meatballs, casseroles swimming in cream-of-whatever s…
I love to find out the history behind recipes. Sometimes they are rather interesting. Take this Posole Rojo for instance. Posole is the Spanish word for hominy and rojo means red. But this soup is much more than just hominy in red broth. Hominy is a brother to corn, only it has fatter kernels. Ever eaten Corn Nuts? That's made from hominy. Another word for hominy is maize, which was a sacred plant to the Aztecs. Since the plant was sacred, Posole was a dish that was only made for special…
Cocktails para Rumbear!
Classic Latin American drinks have a richer history than you can imagine. Get inspired to make these traditional cocktails at home to share and celebrate with friends!
Red posole (pozole rojo) for New Year’s Day | Homesick Texan
Posole.......... here at home we make ours with pork, hominy, and a red chile broth, served with onion, cabbage/lettuce, lime, and tortilla chips on the side:)