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Old 07-15-2014, 04:46 PM   #1
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Pozole Rojo



Rinse 16oz White Hominy Corn (Maiz Trillado Blanco) then soak overnight.

Bring 4 pounds of pig feet (plus any extra pork bones that you have) to a boil and boil for 20 minutes.

Dump out the water. Wash the bones and pot.

Return the clean bones to pot cover with water add 1/2 onion, 7 large cloves garlic and 2 bay leaves. Cook on a slow boil for 4 hours.

Rinse the hominy add to a pot and cover with pork stock. Cook 2 hours.

Wash 10 Guajillo, 2 California and 1 Pasilla chiles. Remove the stems, seeds and veins. Rise then cover with water, bring to a boil and let sit off the heat for 1/2 hour. Blend with 2 cups of stock and a pinch of salt.

After the hominy has cooked add 1.5 pound of diced pork and chile mixture.

Add salt to taste I added a total of 1.5 Tablespoons.

Continue to cook until pork is done.

Serve with your choice of shredded cabbage, shredded lettuce, diced onion, limes, oregano, avocado.

Pozole Rojo with Pork Recipe / Pozole Rojo de Puerco - YouTube

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Old 07-15-2014, 04:50 PM   #2
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I'll definitely make this. I love Pozole.
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Old 07-15-2014, 07:08 PM   #3
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Thanks, I'll give this a try, too. I have a recipe I love for posole verde, but haven't made a rojo yet.
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I'll definitely make this. I love Pozole.
Steve please let me know how it turns out for you.

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Thanks, I'll give this a try, too. I have a recipe I love for posole verde, but haven't made a rojo yet.
I will try Posole verde made with chicken next. Give this one a try and tell me what you think.
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Old 07-16-2014, 10:43 AM   #5
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I've made a variation of this dish and LOVED it. I serve it with a dollup of sour cream and tortilla chips on the side. There is something special about combining the flavor of hominy and pork.
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I've made a variation of this dish and LOVED it. I serve it with a dollup of sour cream and tortilla chips on the side. There is something special about combining the flavor of hominy and pork.
It is a good combo!
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I need to find the hominy, if I've seen it, I can't remember where. This just looks fantastic!
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I need to find the hominy, if I've seen it, I can't remember where. This just looks fantastic!
Wall mart in our area has both white and yellow canned hominy. I use it for corn chowder, Native American Style (Similar to posole but without the peppers).

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I meant the dried hominy, not the canned, I have a cupboard full of the canned. Want to try the dried and control the salt content.
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I need to find the hominy, if I've seen it, I can't remember where. This just looks fantastic!
Some Mexican (but not all) markets have it. It is possible to order it online but shipping is expensive.
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Pozole Rojo [IMG]http://i1191.photobucket.com/albums/z467/powerplantop/Pazole_zpsbac5a965.jpg[/IMG] Rinse 16oz White Hominy Corn (Maiz Trillado Blanco) then soak overnight. Bring 4 pounds of pig feet (plus any extra pork bones that you have) to a boil and boil for 20 minutes. Dump out the water. Wash the bones and pot. Return the clean bones to pot cover with water add 1/2 onion, 7 large cloves garlic and 2 bay leaves. Cook on a slow boil for 4 hours. Rinse the hominy add to a pot and cover with pork stock. Cook 2 hours. Wash 10 Guajillo, 2 California and 1 Pasilla chiles. Remove the stems, seeds and veins. Rise then cover with water, bring to a boil and let sit off the heat for 1/2 hour. Blend with 2 cups of stock and a pinch of salt. After the hominy has cooked add 1.5 pound of diced pork and chile mixture. Add salt to taste I added a total of 1.5 Tablespoons. Continue to cook until pork is done. Serve with your choice of shredded cabbage, shredded lettuce, diced onion, limes, oregano, avocado. [url=http://youtu.be/PPMChZ9QMjU]Pozole Rojo with Pork Recipe / Pozole Rojo de Puerco - YouTube[/url] 3 stars 1 reviews
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