Posole with chile caribe
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Posole with chile caribe
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Last updated 6/12/2012 1:18:46 AM. Recipe ID 49779. Report a problem with this recipe.
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      Title: Posole with chile caribe
 Categories: Mexican, Chili, Grains, Pork, Loo
      Yield: 1 Batch
 
      2    Dried New Mexico chiles,
           -crumbled
      8 oz Frozen posole or dry
           -posole soaked over
           -night in water
      1 md Onion, chopped
      1 ts Garlic powder
      1 ts Oregano
      6 c  Water
      1 lb Boneless pork in 1" cubes
      8    Dried New Mexico chiles,
           -stemmed and seeded
      2 c  Hot water
      2 ts Garlic powder
      1 md Onion, chopped
      1 c  Cilantro leaves, chopped
 
  KP>  The Mexicans make a wonderful pork stew called Pozole that
  contains KP>  hominy, pork, chunks of chiles, onions, etc, topped
  with fresh chopped KP> veggies, lime juice. From DeWitt and Gerlach,
  Whole Chile Pepper Book:
  
     Posole is one of the ... most basic methods of preparing corn.
     ... The name seems to be a variation of -pozo-, Spanish for
     "puddle," and in Mexico the dish is spelled -pozole-.
  
  Cook first 6 ingredients over medium heat for 3 hr or until posole is
  tender. Add water as necessary. Add pork and cook 1/2 hr or until
  tender. Serve in soup bowls, accompanied by soft tortillas.
  
  Soak the 8 chiles in hot water for 15 min. Put chiles and 1 c of the
  water and the garlic powder in a blender and blend until smooth.
  Serve in a bowl on the side. Serve the onion and cilantro in bowls on
  the side.
  
  From:    Michael Loo
 




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Recipe ID 49779 (Apr 03, 2005)

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