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FAST: 1½ hours
Slow: 5½ to 6½ 30 minutes active
Hominy is made by drying corn kernels, treating them with alkali, then cooking them until chewy-tender. This recipe pairs canned hominy with chunks of pork shoulder—a classic match for Mexican posole—to create a simple, hearty and flavorful stew. The mild sweetness and earthy, nutty notes of the hominy balance the richness of the pork. Be sure to trim off as much fat as possible from the pork to prevent a greasy stew. Serve with shredded cabbage, sliced radishes and warmed tortillas.
tablespoon grapeseed or other neutral oil
large yellow onion, chopped
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