Prep 15 mins
Cook 7 hrs
This is a 3-ingredient recipe. Ingredient Note: Recaito is a thicker-than salsa, cilantro-based seasoning that's used to add flavor to rice, beans, soups and stews. The recipe is courtesy womansday.com.
- 907.18 g boneless pork butt, fat trimmed, cut into bit-size chunks
- 340.19 g jar recaito
- 425.24-453.59 g can hominy, rinsed
- Put pork and recaito in a 3-quart or larger slow-cooker; stir to mix and coat.
- Cover and cook on low 7 to 9 hours, or until pork is very tender.
- Stir in hominy, cover and cook 10 minutes to heat hominy; If desired, garnish with chopped cilantro and radishes.
- Good served with warm flour tortillas.
Ridiculously easy and very tasty. The recaito adds a surprising and authentic depth of flavor for a jar sauce.
THANK YOU for this recipe! I'm tucking into a bowl right now. I grew up in Colorado with grandmothers who could whip up a batch of delicious posole with their eyes closed. Now that I'm an adult & moved far from home...I always wish I could make some of the dishes they did. This posole is pretty close & I'm in heaven right now. =) I let the pork cook overnight 10-11 hours & found that a soupy consistency was already waiting for me, no broth needed. I just added a dash of salt & pepper - perfection!
I didn't make the recipe quite the same. I added two ingredients. About 2 - 3 tbs of pureed Chitpoltle peppers in Adobo sauce (Embasa), and about 2 - 3 cups Chicken stock/broth/base so make it a bit more soupy. I used Better than bullion Chicken base for that.<br/><br/>Flavor is outstanding. Easiest Pozole recipe by far.