Went out and looked at the stars, looked at the big dipper. It is such a peaceful night. Let the worries of mañana go. Enjoying arroz con leche, that my host mom made for me. A little cinnamon and the right amount of sweet. We celebrated the director of the school’s birthday today with a delicious breakfast of Psole, a traditional Mexican soup. Or it may be spelled Posole. Or Pozole. Not sure about that one. Had a great time in class today, and don’t want to come home and speak English again. Aunque, extraño a mis amigos y mi famila hermosa.
Psole, pictured above, is a chicken-based soup with Hominy (corn). The simple base of chicken broth, pieces of chicken and hominy is tasty alone, but what really makes the dish is the toppings. Freshly chopped cilantro, onions, radishes, dried oregano, even lettuce. Then a little Chile Colorado Picoso and lime juice. Delicioso!
To make the Psole all you have to do is boil down a chicken or two and some pork and then add the hominy. Also some garlic and salt. Well wasn’t that easy? I am such a specific recipe giver. Honestly, I’m not exactly sure. My host mom told me what she did (what I told you!) but it seems too simple! =P
Here are some recipes that are similar that I thought looked good to give you a better idea….
Food.com -Pork with avocado! Everything is better with avocado!
All Recipes -all chicken