Really easy, tasty and CHEAP recipe. Everybody loved it, will definetly make again and again. Like a Mexican chicken noodle soup.
Posole (Tomatillo, Chicken, and Hominy Soup)
Heather90 Posted: 11/05/08
KarenL Posted: 11/03/10
Really, really good! I sped this preparation up a bit by subbing a 16oz. jar of salsa verde (green tomatillo based salsa) for the tomatillos and added a can of drained and rinsed black beans at the end for a little contrast and extra protein and fiber. Don't skip the garnishes either, it really makes it!
BeckyInCA Posted: 03/14/10
This is truly outstanding! Reminded me of a Mexican take on Pho (Vietnamese soup). We used chicken legs and thighs for some added flavor. The freshly squeezed lime and cilantro are a must. We made the full recipe for 3 of us, and the leftovers are just as good! We also used serrano chiles, which added depth without being spicy -- add more if you like heat. Lightly fried up some corn tortillas on the side. SIMPLE to make, and comes together quickly! You need to make this!!
onoles Posted: 06/14/11
Great soup to start and it got better in each of the two days afterwards. To speed up the cook time I used canned stock. Serving it with the garnishes helps too. The whole family loved it.
Willcarr Posted: 09/04/12
Very tasty wholesome recipe and I will make it again but reduce the chicken by 1/3 and double the hominy.
Rigatoni Posted: 05/12/13
This is one of my husband's favorites. I have tried it with store bought stock and it's ok, with homemade there's a whole other dimension of flavor. I made it last night for my in laws, but forgot to get peppers. I added fire roasted diced green chiles (mild) and just used canned tomatillos, I didn't bother to boil them, just chopped them in the blender. It was a hit!
robinarroyave Posted: 01/16/14Miami, FL
Made exactly as instructed, including the homemade Brown Chicken Stock. It was delicious, filling, and comforting. Definitely a keeper!