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Menudo Or Pozole Recipe

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Menudo Or Pozole Recipe
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Menudo Or Pozole Recipe Ingredients
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Quantity Measurement Ingredients M | N M
For menudo:
3 pound


For pozole:
2 pound

lean pork roast


boneless, skinless chicken breasts


menudo mix seasoning

For menudo:
1.3600 kilogram tripe
For pozole:
0.9100 kilogram lean pork roast
4 boneless, skinless chicken breasts
menudo mix seasoning
Menudo Or Pozole Recipe Method

In a large Dutch oven or crockpot, place everything but hominy. Heat to boiling and then cover and simmer for four to six hours. Add hominy and salt and pepper to taste. Cover and cook an additional hour.To serve, place each garnish in a little bowl and let everyone add whatever they want to their bowls of soup. Add Menudo Seasoning Mix to taste. Sit down and show down! (posole).

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