"This soup is a tradition in my family. We usually eat this wonderful spicy stew every Sunday afternoon after church. Warning, this soup can be really spicy, use caution when adding chile. Enjoy!" — BRANDI T
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1 (2 pound)
pork roast, diced
salt and pepper
2 (15.5 ounce) cans
dried chile de arbol peppers
1 1/4 cups
finely chopped onion
corn tortillas, warmed
fresh cilantro, chopped
1 1/2 cups
Pozole!!! nice. I like the other suggestion using broth insetad of water - and I also like using dry hominy instead of canned if you have the time - don't add peppers or salty spices if you are preparing for dry - but a bit of garlic, Cumin and some dried coriander gives the hominy a great flavour. And then you can top it off in the final preparation with fresh coriander and as much pepper as you like - Poblanos give a nice smokey flavour and if you mash a bit of harmony it thickens the broth.
I used a can of low sodium chicken broth and the rest water. Otherwise followed the recipe. I didn't add any chili mixture to my bowl. I'm wondering if the Chili heat keeps one from realizing that the stew has no flavor! I didn't even finish the bowl I served myself. Just no flavor. If my husband wasn't willing to eat the rest of the stew I'd throw it away.
Wonderful! I made this in the crock pot and it was a great success.
USED CHICKEN BROTH INSTEAD OF WATER AND ADDED NO PEPPERS...VERY GOOD
my first post. I had no hominy, so I subded dry medium barley, 2 1/2 cups worth. First toast barley in hot lg soup pot till it starts to smoke, reserve. add 3 tbs veg oil same pot,and return to stove. Add meat, onions fry till clear. add 4 cups veg broth, and 2 cups frozen veg. bring to boil, turn to low and cover. 45 minets
I did slightly alter this recipe on the advice of other reviewers. I used broth instead of water and overall I added less liquid than the recipe called for.
I served the pork/hominy mixture in bowls and served the tortillas, cabbage, limes, sour cream and arbol mixture on the side. We took the pork/hominy out of the bowls and made tacos, then the broth was like a dipping sauce.
I would give this recipe 6 stars if it were possible! For those who say that this recipe has no flavor, you must have done something wrong.
Don't skip the arbols, it's a must!
Thank you for a lovely recipe!!
SO good and easy! One of my favorites for casual entertaining since everyone gets to fix up their bowls to their own liking by adding how much lime, cilantro, cabbage and spice they want!
I have to double the recipe and there's still never leftovers!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Pork and Hominy Stew
Serving Size: 1/8 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 8
Amount Per Serving
** Calories: 396
** Calories from Fat: 122
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