Simple Soup Idea – Posole

Recently I went to a local Mexican place and instead of getting my normal tacos, I tried the posole soup. I never had it before. It was great, so I decided to go home and make my own. I figured it would be hard to replicate the flavor, but it turned out to be very easy.

Posole soup is made using cubed pork, hominy, peppers, garlic, onions in a broth covered with cilantro. That’s it. I used a beef stock, but I suspect even water would work well. Cook the veggies, brown the meat, throw into liquid, add hominy, cook for 15 minutes, serve and top with cilantro.

If you need more details look at Posole Recipe on The Reluctant Gourmet.

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