Mexican Pozole

Soup | posted on September 13, 2014

For those of you who do not know, I am half Mexican.  I love this half of my culture.  I treasure my time in Mexico with my family, and love exploring the infinite kingdom of Mexican culinary tradition.  The amazing thing is that there are so many Mexican ingredients at the Greenmarket that I can use to make Mexican food.  These ingredients, along with the change in seasons, have inspired me to make Pozole every Saturday this Fall.  We are getting the majority of our ingredients at the Greenmarket, including the chicken, which comes from Norwich Meadows farm.  Pozole is a hominy soup that can be made in a variety of ways, but usually comes in either a red pork version, or a green chicken version.  My favorite is the green chicken version, which I feel like is literally chicken soup for my soul.  The soup has a poblano, jalapeno, tomatillo, cilantro base, and comes garnished with radishes, onion, Mexican oregano, and lime juice.  I hope you come in and try this delicious soup on Saturday afternoons that will keep you nourished and soothe your soul.


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