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Old 11-10-2018, 07:02 AM   #1
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ISO recipes for Pozole Soup

Kayelle, would you share your's?


you mentioned it under the Soup Forum..


There is one from GG.? that is very good, more of a Green New Mexico Stew.



I have been working on this soup for several years, and am ready to try again tommarow.


So please! Any and All who have tried this rather odd soup.


Chime In!


Eric, Austin Tx.

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Old 11-12-2018, 09:32 AM   #2
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This is how I make mine or used to before having problems with gout. https://youtu.be/PPMChZ9QMjU

But to get it the best possible you need to find or make nixtamal. Basically hominy but freshly made will give you the best texture.
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Old 11-12-2018, 11:45 AM   #3
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There is one from GG.? that is very good, more of a Green New Mexico Stew.
Kayelle and her husband are on a cruise celebrating their anniversary. You might want to bump this up in a couple of weeks when they get back.

The posole I posted is actually a posole recipe. There are two types of posole - verde (green) and roja (red). The word posole means hominy; that's what differentiates it from a New Mexico green chile stew (chile verde).
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ISO recipes for Pozole Soup Kayelle, would you share your's? you mentioned it under the Soup Forum.. There is one from GG.? that is very good, more of a Green New Mexico Stew. I have been working on this soup for several years, and am ready to try again tommarow. So please! Any and All who have tried this rather odd soup. Chime In! Eric, Austin Tx. 3 stars 1 reviews
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