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This recipe came from the San Antonio Express News. NOTE: the dried red chile peppers ARE NOT hot peppers. You can use dried red New Mexico chile(warmer), California chile: Anaheim (milder) , or dried ancho (pasilla) chile if you can find them. You can use a medium red chile sauce, and it will work too, if you can't find the dried peppers.
- Sear pork chops in a skillet until brown and golden. Place in crockpot with broth, garlic, onion, cumin, salt, pepper, red chiles or sauce and oregano. Add a small amount of water to skillet in which pork chops were cooked to collect leftover juices; pour into crockpot, adding additional water as needed to make a good broth.
- Cook on low for at least 4 hours. Taste broth and adjust seasonings as desired.
- Remove pork and place on cutting board. Remove bones and extra fat and cut meat into bite-size pieces. Put pork back into broth, add hominy and continue cooking for 1 more hour.