[poh-soh-ley, po-; Spanish paw-saw-le]
- a thick, stewlike soup of pork or chicken, hominy, mild chili peppers, and coriander leaves: traditionally served at Christmas and often favored as a hangover remedy.
Origin of posole
< Mexican Spanish posole, pozole < Nahuatl pozolli
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I had been dreaming about the posole rojo, pollito asado and, of course, the habanero-infused tequila all day.
My dreams of posole rojo, pollito asado and habanero-infused tequila were crushed.
This last drink they prefer to the posole, for long journeys.
Posole is like cooked hominy; it is mixed in water and forms a cool and nutritious drink.The Ancient Cities of the New World
The posole is a nourishing drink made of sour maize paste mixed with water; sometimes they add a little honey to it.
Posole is a mixture of pounded or ground corn and sugar, of a yellow or brownish color, much like grape-nuts.
He had a good supper, and in a fit of generosity, presented Louis with what was left of his package of posole.