Pozole is something I grew up eating my entire life. Hominy and meat in a broth made with spices and chiles, and all the garnishes your heart desires. However, pozole verde is something new, exciting, and different from the stuff my grandma made. This recipe is super easy and absolutely satisfying.
Ask anyone who is Mexican or comes from a Mexican family about pozole and they will describe pozole rojo to you. Traditional pozole rojo is made with a red sauce broth base that made with chiles guajillos and anchos. It is traditionally made with pork and always has hominy. In my family, pozole is served with shredded lettuce, radishes, oregano, and some lime juice. We always have a spicy red salsa on hand if we want some extra heat.CONTINUE READING