The holiday season is upon us. We are busy working and at the same time planning for Las Posadas. We look forward to enjoying the traditional foods we serve during this season, including pozole. Pozole is one of those must have dishes during Las Posadas. During the rush of the holiday season, I get a little behind and I am comforted that I have brands like Juanita’s to feed my family and friends.
Juanita’s uses the highest quality ingredients and cooking processes to deliver delicious homemade Mexican dishes that can be enjoyed anytime. #Vivelatradicion
Save yourself hours in the kitchen with Juanita’s authentic Mexican recipes. Their pozoles are easy and convenient and takes just minutes to heat and serve. The aromas and flavors instantly transport me back home.
Juanita’s has a variety of delicious products which includes: Menudo, Pozole, Hominy, Pork Chile Verde and Albondigas.
I often get request for an extra spicy salsa that can be added to pozole or menudo. This chile de arbol and piquin easy salsa recipe is one that I use often.
Spicy Salsa For Pozole
- 20 Chile de arbol stems removed
- 1 tbsp dried chile piquin makes it extra spicy!
- 1 large clove of garlic
- 1/2 cup water
- 2 tbsp white vinegar
- Salt to taste
- Transfer all of the ingredients to the blender. Blend on high until smooth! Taste for salt. For a creamy finish, replace the water with grapeseed or canola oil. Store in an airtight container refrigerated.
- For a green variation blend 12 serrano peppers with water, vinegar and salt.
Juanita’s pozole is available in 4 new bold flavors. They have just enough kick without being too spicy.
My first taste of Juanita’s was their hominy. My mom added it to her menudo recipe ever since I was a young child.
Fresh garnishes! My garnishes include shredded cabbage, sliced radishes, diced onion, lime. oregano, cilantro and crushed chile piquin. Sometimes I like to add finely minced serrano or jalapeño and avocado!
This is a paid partnership with Juanita’s. All opinions are 100% my own.