Pozole is one of those dishes that just makes you feel good. It’s a Mexican stew that has a nice kick to it. There are a variety of ways to make it, some can be very labor intensive and take hours, and of course those are the best ones. This dish is considered a traditional Christmas recipe from New Mexico and is very simple.
Recipe can be cooked in a crock pot or on top of the stove.
1 lb pork roast with the bone in
1 garlic clove
1 large can of white hominy
1 small yellow onion, finely chopped
½ tsp oregano
New Mexico red chili powder to taste
Salt and pepper to taste
In a crock pot:
Cut up pork into chunks and remove most of fat
Add water to cover pork
Peel garlic and split in half, add to cooker
Set cooker to low and cook until meat falls off bone
Add chili to taste
Add hominy last 30 minutes of cooking
On the stovetop:
In a Dutch oven add:
Cook until pork is tender
Add hominy the last 30 minutes of cooking
Separate the pork with two forks and spoon into plates. Cut up a lime and squeeze over the Pozole just before serving with nice warm tortillas.