New Mexican Posole With Freshly Ground Chile Powder

New Mexican Posole With Freshly Ground Chile Powder
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The star of this month's spice box, this classic New Mexican posole is a light brothed, deeply flavorful and moderately spicy stew perfect for January. Made with hominy, large kernels of puffed white corn (posole just means "dried corn" and hominy means "cooked posole"), for body and traditionally made with pork shoulder for flavor.

Category: main dish


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RawSpiceBar's Posole Spices
2 pounds pork shoulder (or beef shank, whole chicken; omit for vegetarians)
2 onions
6 cloves garlic
1 pound dried or canned hominy (can also substitute garbanzo beans or frozen corn)
24 oz canned whole tomatoes in puree
3 tablespoons vegetable oil
6 cups low sodium chicken broth
1 tablespoon honey or sugar
Salt & pepper to taste
Sliced radishes, chopped avocado, fresh cilantro or lime wedges for serving


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