Traditional Pozole Blanco

Traditional Pozole Blanco

M.A. Kitchen

White Pozole (Pozole Blanco) is a traditional Mexican dish, brimming with flavor from hominy, pork, and spices, minus the spiciness. 

Step 1: Soak corn in water overnight, then wash and remove brown "heads" (optional). 

Step 2: Place corn in a pot, cover with 2 inches of water, and simmer for about 3 hours. 

Step 3: Blend onions, garlic, cumin, pepper, bay leaves, and oregano with 2 cups of water (or chicken stock). Strain and set aside. 

Step 4: Wash and add meat to the pot, pour in the spice mixture, and add water to cover. Simmer for 2-3 hours until tender. Adjust salt. 

Step 5: Remove meat, shred or cut, and place in a container. Serve pozole in bowls with broth, topped with shredded meat, onion, lettuce, radishes, hot sauce, and lime. Enjoy! 

Savor the flavor of Pozole Blanco!

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