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hominey Q's ?????

Discussion in 'Food Forum' started by 97guns, Apr 15, 2007.


  1. 97guns

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    i had it before at my last job when we had a pot luck, the lady cooked it with a ham hock and it was awesome. today i bought a can and cooked it with some sausage but it just wasn't the same. they were smaller and didn't have the really strong corn flavor to them. just wondering if maybee she used dry hominey.
     
  2. Mild Bill

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    Ya gotta try various brands...

    I don't use it much because of the carbs, but the few times I did--- and it was kinda recent---
    I noticed that sometimes I said; "damn!, I love Posole!(hominy)",
    and other times it was; "eh..."

    It's good cooked in a pot roast too...

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  3. tavo

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    +1 on Bill's recommendation to try several brands.

    We use this in fritata, as the corn/pork (sausage) combination is always a winner. Add a cup of chopped greens and you've pretty much got southern cooking in one dish.

    We also make posole (hominy/pork) soup which is great stuff.