posole

or po·zo·le

[ poh-soh-ley, po-; Spanish paw-saw-le ]
/ poʊˈsoʊ leɪ, pɒ-; Spanish pɔˈsɔ lɛ /

noun Mexican Cooking.

a thick, stewlike soup of pork or chicken, hominy, mild chile peppers, and cilantro: traditionally served at Christmas and often favored as a hangover remedy.

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Origin of posole

First recorded in 1690–1700; Mexican Spanish, from Nahuatl pozolli “hominy”
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