Photo: Oxmoor House
Prep Time
3 Mins
Cook Time
30 Mins
4 servings (serving size: 1 1/3 cups)

The meat develops a rich, full-bodied flavor when it's cooked to a dark brown, so be sure not to stir the pork until it releases easily from the pan. Serve this hominy-based fiery pork soup recipe with warm flour tortillas.

How to Make It

Heat a large saucepan over medium-high heat. Coat pan with cooking spray. Sprinkle pork evenly with chipotle seasoning blend; coat evenly with cooking spray. Add pork to pan; cook 4 minutes or until browned. Stir in hominy, tomatoes, and 1 cup water. Bring to a boil; cover, reduce heat, and simmer 20 minutes or until pork is tender. Stir in cilantro.

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Ratings & Reviews

Loved this!

December 09, 2015
Very filling and good.  Used 2 cans of Rotel Mexican with lime and cilantra since I couldn't find cans of stewed Mexican tomatoes.  Also partially drained the hominy and added extra Mrs Dash and water.  Everyone that tried it asked for the recipe.

segraham20's Review

September 24, 2014
Delicious, fast and simple! I threw it together after a chilly fall run and it hit the spot. I didn't have the mexican style tomatoes so tossed in some red pepper flakes and extra chipotle seasoning. I also used more hominy as all I had available was the "big can" and didn't want to waste it. Worked perfectly fine. Served with a salad.

steponme's Review

September 21, 2014
Good weeknight meal when you're short on prep time. Served with green salad and corn/flour tortillas.

noelle71's Review

April 20, 2013

Tinker72's Review

February 08, 2011

Velma1979's Review

January 26, 2011
love the recipe & will prepare for my family one question can I reduce the cholesterol on this recipe?? thanks...

jsj9fc's Review

October 19, 2009
I just finished making this a day in advance, and after sampling it, I can already tell it's going to become a new winter favorite! I used considerably more seasoning than the recipe called for, and I let it simmer uncovered for another 15 minutes or so to let it thicken and let the flavors marry. It's a keeper!