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Feast Day Posole Stew Mix (Case of 12)

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Only Available in a Full Case of 12 Due to High Demand! 

Cibolo Junction's Feast Day Posole Stew Mix has everything you need to make a warm and nourishing traditional meal. In Pueblo homes, posole is the main dish for a New Year's celebration and is believed to bring good luck to loved ones.

Cibolo Junction's Posole Stew is a traditional dish that has been enjoyed by people in New Mexico for generations. This stew is made from soft hominy, coriander, and a blend of real New Mexican spices. With just a heating up, this meal can be enjoyed year round at any time of day.
✔ Traditional southwestern flavors
✔ Made from soft hominy
✔ Just heat it up and serve! 


How to use

To make Cibolo Junction's Feast Day Posole, first, you need to bring 4 and a half cups of water to a boil. Then, you add the package's contents into the boiling water. After that, you need to reduce the heat and let it simmer for around 60 minutes (or longer) until the hominy looks and feels the way you want it to be.


Ingredients: Hominy, Soup Base, Red Chile Pepper, Onion, Sugar, Coriander, Garlic, Oregano, Celery, Cumin, Black Pepper, and Cloves.

Nutritional info

Contains Vitamin B, Vitamin B1, Vitamin B, Folate (Vitamin B9), Vitamin C, Iron, and Magnesium

How to Purchase In-Store

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Customer Reviews

Based on 3 reviews
L. Ellison

The flavor was fabulous! However, it did take a lot more time and water to get the hominy tender. I boiled it for 2 hours and then put in slow cooker overnight. High altitude may have something to do with it.

Shanda Helm
Where are these 5 star reviews coming from? The twilight zone?

so anyhow . . . on its own, it tasted like a watered-down chicken boullion with a small amount of spices and that was it - nothing like posole. Plus, the dried hominy does not get soft enough in the recommended cook time - and - it's not enough hominy for more than 1/2 to 1 bowl's worth. Eventually I came maybe 75% close to it tasting kind of like posole by adding the following: another 1 cup water (additional to the recommended amount per mix instructions - necessary because of all I'll tell you I added later), 15 oz canned crushed tomato, blended smooth, 8 oz tomato sauce, 3/4 tsp salt, 2 tb butter, 1 tb cumin, 1 tb freeze dried oregano, 3 bay leaves, 3 tsp freeze-dried garlic, 4 tb freeze dried red onion, 1 lb Del Real Carnitas, shredded and pan-fried and a 25 oz can hominy.

Roseanna Friedrich

It was delicious. Wish there were a little larger.