There’s some things that just go together. Salt & pepper, peanut butter & jelly. Chocolate and caramel. And now: Kung Pao Chicken with Noodles.
New Mexican Carne Adovada is a dish that is quintessentially New Mexican although versions have traveled Northward into Colorado where I lived for many years. When cravings for the deep red chili flavor comes on, New Mexican Carne Adovada is how I satisfy it.
I was introduced to Posole Rojo or Pozole Pork Hominy Stew in Denver when one of my co-workers bought it to nearly every “food day.” Those in the “know” snuck away to the buffet table before lunch to get some before it was all gone. Now, I’d like to introduce you! Succulent pork and hominy swimming in a rich, garlicky, chile-based broth; the taste is reminiscent of tamales.