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    Roux. What a ******* word.
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    Posole. My first time making it. Super tasty!

    I'm convinced this is the result of some weird bet that radishes, lime, hominy, and jalepeno could never all be in the same dish.

    Turns out they can. And I may insist on posole for every meal until I die...
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    oh, man, i love a good posole. . .

    recipe?
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    Quote Originally Posted by dogfish View Post
    oh, man, i love a good posole. . .

    recipe?
    I kinda just winged it based scanning online recipes and ingredient lists, but here's the gist

    Hawg's Instapot Posole

    ingreds-

    1 package Fernandez* dried hominy
    3/4 lb pork stew meat
    1 lb green chili chicken sausage
    8 cups chicken stock
    med yellow onion
    1 lb tomatillos
    3 jalapenos
    3 poblano peppers (I had to use 3xAnaheim but poblano seems most common among the online recipe lists)
    1 bunch cilantro
    1 bunch radishes
    1 lime
    sour cream
    avocado
    cheese
    pine nuts
    Fernandez chili carribe (1-2 tablespoons)
    liberal chili powder
    liberal cumin
    salt
    black pepper
    saffron
    cabbage (optional)

    *I think it's called Fernandez, it's the white and red packages at King Soopers in the 'authentic Mexican' section, good stuff imo

    1. Cook the dried hominy in the instapot and discard the water, about 35-50 minutes.
    2. Blend together the tomatillos, jalapenos (seeds removed), cilantro, and chile caribe using some of the chicken stock to help turn it to paste
    3. After heating some vegetable oil, saute on high heat the meat, onion, and garlic for about 10 mins (I could have done this in instapot was did it stovetop while waiting on the hominy)
    4. Broil the poblano/anaheim peppers until blackened, put in paper bag for about 10 mins, then skin, de-seed, and chop
    5. Combine everything in instapot--tomatillo paste, chicken stock, chopped peppers, meat and onion mix.
    6. Liberal application of cumin and chili powder. Add saffron.
    7. I ended up cooking it 90 minutes under pressure, but in two 45 minute blocks (accidental, I wanted the hominy a bit less firm after the first 45)
    8. Thinly slice radishes. Shred cabbage. Toast pine nuts: NOTE/WARNING - DO NOT BROIL PINE NUTS, THIS WILL RESULT IN A PAN OF FIERY FIRE THAT DOES NOT IMMEDIATELY EXTINGUISH IN THE SINK, AND MIGHT CAUSE ANXIETY!!
    9. Taste posole and add salt/pepper to taste. Serve with toppings (radish, pine nuts, lime, cabbage, sour cream, cheese, avocado)

    I don't think I left anything out. Of all the toppings, I'd say the lime and radish are essential ones.
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    1 pound of tomatillos? That seems like a lot of tomatillos.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MOtorboat View Post
    1 pound of tomatillos? That seems like a lot of tomatillos.
    **** it
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hawgdriver View Post
    **** it
    Wouldn’t that be more tomatillos than hominy (which I admittedly have never had)? I’m intrigued by this dish.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MOtorboat View Post
    Wouldn’t that be more tomatillos than hominy (which I admittedly have never had)? I’m intrigued by this dish.
    Tell you what, I think the tomatillos are what made the dish--the lime flavor is utterly divine. I cannot imagine a higher calling for a lime on this planet. I think tomatillo is the Zimmerman to TD's lime.
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    Made a big batch of chicken soup last night.

    I like to add barley and fresh dill.

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    Mesquite (grill mates) marinated baked chicken and fake garlic mashed potatoes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MOtorboat View Post
    Mesquite (grill mates) marinated baked chicken
    Yus!

    and fake garlic mashed potatoes.
    Dude...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hawgdriver View Post
    Yus!



    Dude...

    {narrator:} And these are the highs and lows of MOseph MOtorboaticus.
    Idahoan fake potatoes are perfectly fine cuisine. Don’t @ me, bro.
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    This corned beef brisket is about to spend 90 minutes in a hot beer and chicken stock sauna...yummmmmm

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    Powdered milk and beefaroni.
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    The Mrs., despite being on a self imposed quarantine, went out and found brisket. It's cooking now. Smells great!

    And no - I have zero idea how she's cooking it. I'm just here to eat.

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