Posole is a Mexican stew usually served on Christmas Eve or New Year’s Day. It is said to be a remedy for a hangover.
I don’t use exact measurements when I cook. I mostly eyeball it. But I’ve tried to give you some sort of measurements here. So you’ll probably have to play with this recipe and make it your own.
This soup was a major part of my childhood, and every time I make it, I’m transported back to after-church dinners with my family. This is almost like a soup-version of chicken pot-pie.
The original recipe uses water and bouillon cubes, but many bouillon cubes use MSG, so I opted for using store-bought broth, or homemade if you have it.
Just like your Mama used to make—except better! This dinner is beyond yummy, so thick and delicious, and perfect for a cold winter’s day. It is certainly very adaptable. Any spices you like? Just throw ‘em on in there. Here in the South, we don’t get all riled up about things like that.
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