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I am mainly writing this review so that some beginner such as myself doesn't make the same mistake I did...the recipe calls for ONE Chipotle not ONE CAN!!! OMG my mouth is on fire. Will definitely try this again though.
I made this last night and it turned out fabulous. I ended up doubling the recipe because of the size pork roast I had. I followed the recipe exactly with only one exception. Toward the end of cooking I added one large can of green enchilada sauce medium heat. I divided the batch and took half to my Mom and Stepfather along with some cornbread and they loved it! Thanks for the great recipe. I will be making this again!!
This is a favorite now! I cooked it over the stove & for the meat I used the pork chops & chicken breast I had. I chopped up 2 porkchops(bone & all) & a whole chicken breast & a half YUM..YUM! I cooked it down until it reached a think gravey. It is slighty spicy but oh so good! We had mexican rice & refied black beans as a side. YUM YUM!
This is wonderful. It tastes so much like some of the food I had while in San Antonio TX. We've had it once as the soup-like serving. I am making a double batch to have some as sandwiches and some in enchiladas with the green sauce. The first time I added the cumin but this time I am leaving it out. I have also left out the green chilies as I do not personally care for them. Thanks for posting!
I'm such an idiot. I put in a one can of chipotle peppers in adobo sauce. The recipe calles for ONE PEPPER. Don't screw that up. My mouth is on fire from taking a taste of this. The whole pot is ruined:(
I say delicious my counter-part rates it good but not great. I took another reviewer's advice and added a half a can green enchilada sauce and I increased most items by 1/4 (because I had a larger cut of pork roast). Also served it with corn bread which was awesome.
This was my first time making or even tasting Posole. I did everything by the book. It was nice and spicy and resembled Menudo. It was very easy to make. The taste was slightly bland but not too bad. Thanks