Pozole Verde

Corn, the very heart and soul of Mexican cooking, becomes something quite different when it is transformed into pozole, also known as hominy. Large, white corn kernels are treated with a softening solution of lime (calcium hydroxide), just as they are for making masa, but the kernels, rather than being ground, are cooked until tender. Look for packaged partially cooked pozole (nixtamal) at Mexican markets. You can substitute the pozole in this recipe with 4 cans drained and rinsed white hominy. Add it to the soup along with the pumpkin seed mixture.
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October 15, 2013
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So good, make it for special occasions
October 15, 2013
I make this as a go to when I want to impress folks with a nice meal. It takes quite a while, but is always a hit. So much flavor! It's especially cheap and nice if you have a Mexican grocery nearby. I use hominy instead of pozole, which subs fine. I've cooked based on many w.s. recipes and this remains my favorite.
Pros: Good Value, Impressive, Will Make Again
Cons: Complicated, Lengthy