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Chicken Posole

18 days ago   |   By Weelicious

Chicken Posole is a hearty and healthy Mexican-style soup that's super easy make and full of flavor. It'll warm you up from the inside out during these chilly winter months.
What is Posole ?
Posole is a traditional Mexican soup made with hominy and meat. There are many ways to prepare posole, but every variation includes hominy cooked in broth. Posole is typically a celebratory dish throughout Mexico and commonly served on New Year's Eve to celebrate the new year. The red chilis used in this version of Chicken Posole are actually quite mild which makes this soup super kid-friendly as...
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