sugar1991 at earthlink.net
Fri Mar 13 14:36:55 EDT 2015
It is actually, grain, corn, but it is processed differently, and has its
own taste. think somewhere throughout the process, it is soaked in lye. I
cannot stand the taste of it. my hubby loved it; you can get it canned, and
sometimes, with jalapeno peppers, or hominy with cheese.
Fear is just excitement in need of an attitude adjustment!
From: John Diakogeorgiou via Cookinginthedark
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Sent: Friday, March 13, 2015 10:37 AM
To: cookinginthedark at acbradio.org; Linda Yacks
Subject: Re: [CnD] Pork Chop recipe, works with either bone in or boneless
Just curious, what is hominy?
On 3/11/15, Linda Yacks via Cookinginthedark <cookinginthedark at acbradio.org>
> Pork chops with hominy
> I am not a fan of hominy, but this is a really good recipe. I even
> love the hominy in this. You can use chops with or without bones.
> In a skillet, brown enough pork chops to cover the bottom of a 9x13 or
> 10x10 oven safe baking dish. Spray baking dish with cooking spray.
> Arrange pork chops in dish. Pour 1 29oz can of hominy over chops.
> Blend 1 can Cream of Mushroom soup with 1/2 can milk (use the soup
> can) and 1 envelope of dry onion soup mix. You may wish to add some
> pepper to the mix. Pour over hominy and chops and smooth out. Cover
> and bake at 325dg until pork chops are done. An hour should do it. If
> you don't want so many chops, simply cut everything in half and use a
> smaller dish. Be sure to refrigerate and use the rest of your soup.
> There are several pork chop with hominy recipes on the web. Just
> google, pork chops, mushroom soup, hominy.
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