Thursday, January 05, 2006

Now and then

I will be popping in now and again to post something that is on my mind, but I will probably not blog on a regular basis. If you find that suits you then welcome! I look forward to "seeing" you on my blog whenever the mood hits you.


I thought I would post this really wonderful recipe because Sparrow made me think of it and I just ate it again this past weekend. Talk about immune-boosting!


Here you go...


Chicken Pasole


3 large onions, chopped

12 cloves garlic, chopped

11/2 Table. oregano

1 teasp. ground cumin

3 Table. olive oil

1 cut up uncooked broiler/fryer chicken with skin removed

9 cups chicken broth (or two large cans)

3 4 oz cans diced green chilis

44 oz. can hominy

11/2 can sliced ripe olives


Stir onions, garlic, oregano, cumin, and olive oil about five minutes until onion is limp. Add chicken, broth, chilis, hominy to pan and then cover and bring to boil. Simmer 20 minutes then remove from heat. Cover and let stand for about 30 minutes. Lift chicken from liquid and break in bite-sized pieces. Throw out bones. Add olives and bring to boil over high heat.


This goes great with cornbread!






sparrow said...

mmmmm...I'm printing that one off!

DandelionSeeds said...

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spunkyhomeschool said...

Well now I'm gonna have to find a way to fly out to CA.