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vash 09-17-2018 06:35 PM

Hominy
 
Man. I love the stuff!

Total game changer when I found the dried stuff. Learned a new word in the process. Nixtamilized.

Making a pot of Hatch green chili chicken soup tomorrow. Soaking them overnight

Any fans? Seriously. Try the dried stuff.



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A930Rocket 09-17-2018 06:37 PM

Are you sure it’s not just the girl on the packaging you like...

ronin 09-17-2018 06:41 PM

I actually got into hominy by way of grits back in the day (military). It's good stuff. Should cook with it more often.

wdfifteen 09-17-2018 06:50 PM

It says posole on the package. Hominy is an ingredient in posole soup. So, is posole the Spanish word for hominy?

herr_oberst 09-17-2018 06:50 PM

It's fun to say it!

HominyhominyhominyGRITS!!!

wdfifteen 09-17-2018 06:52 PM

^^
Must be happy hour on the west coast. :D

herr_oberst 09-17-2018 07:02 PM

It's always happy hour on the west coast!

id10t 09-17-2018 07:15 PM

Grits.

john70t 09-17-2018 08:17 PM

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Bill Douglas 09-17-2018 08:20 PM

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Originally Posted by A930Rocket (Post 10185463)
Are you sure it’s not just the girl on the packaging you like...

Haha, I thought that too. I'd buy it for sure, not that I know what it is.

Evans, Marv 09-17-2018 08:58 PM

"Nixtamilized" I remember you mentioning that some time ago. I intended to investigate it but never did. I need to make an effort. I'm thinking it might go well in my pozole.

ckelly78z 09-18-2018 01:18 AM

Howmany hominy bags did you get ?

tabs 09-18-2018 01:41 AM

Menudo...beef Tripe

POSOLE is Menudo made with pork instead.

tabs 09-18-2018 01:58 AM

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Originally Posted by vash (Post 10185461)

Those are Grandma's teeth.

kach22i 09-18-2018 05:03 AM

I've only used the kind in a can to knock down over spiced chili.

vash 09-18-2018 07:39 AM

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Originally Posted by ckelly78z (Post 10185641)
Howmany hominy bags did you get ?

the store is in the next county (NAPA). i grab about 5 bags when i am there. plus bags of dried beans.

craigster59 09-18-2018 07:44 AM

I make a similar chili using this recipe and substituting hominy for the Northern beans.....

https://steelehousekitchen.com/well-butter-my-butt-and-call-me-a-biscuit-its-fall-hatch-chilie-stew

vash 09-18-2018 07:48 AM

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Originally Posted by craigster59 (Post 10185939)
I make a similar chili using this recipe and substituting hominy for the Northern beans.....

https://steelehousekitchen.com/well-butter-my-butt-and-call-me-a-biscuit-its-fall-hatch-chilie-stew

thanks.!! i brought back 50lbs of Hatch chili.. it's GO-TIME!!

stopped in Hatch on the way back from ABQ

Otter74 09-18-2018 09:12 AM

Pozole (also spelled posole) is a Mexican Spanish word (derived from a náhuatl word, I'm pretty sure - it sounds náhua) for a couple varieties of stew made with that corn you have, which I believe is called cacahuazintle. Generally speaking, posole is either red or white, and has regional variations. It is fundamentally indigenous food, with some European influence.

tabs 09-18-2018 09:22 AM

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Originally Posted by Otter74 (Post 10186069)
Pozole (also spelled posole) is a Mexican Spanish word (derived from a náhuatl word, I'm pretty sure - it sounds náhua) for a couple varieties of stew made with that corn you have, which I believe is called cacahuazintle. Generally speaking, posole is either red or white, and has regional variations. It is fundamentally indigenous food, with some European influence.

I make Menudo with a Red Chili sauce starting with 2 types of dried chili's.

The trick for Menudo is soaking the Tripe in some vinegar water for an hour..it takes the Tripey taste away.

Skytrooper 09-18-2018 02:04 PM

Mmm...we have posole every Christmas in abq. My sons mother in law makes a big batch for the extended family and friends. We also have fresh made enchilladas with both green and red Hatch chilis. I love Christmas in abq !

javadog 09-18-2018 02:42 PM

Not a big fan of hominy but Rancho Gordo makes some really outstanding beans. You should try their Tarbais beans in a cassoulet.


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