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Texianjoe

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RE: Menudo Wed, 12/19/07 1:19 PM (permalink)
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Originally posted by brisketboy

I'm happy to see that others besides myself like menudo. I agree it does smell somewhat during the cooking process and it is quite unappitising to watch the whole process, but when it's done. It's awesome with cilantro onions lime and perhaps a few jalapinos and some mexican oregano. It's kind ofhard to find in Austin. But I never miss an opportunity to dine at Jalisco's on Palm Avenue in Imperial Beach Ca. That's where I was first introduced to itand I do love it.



Any taqueria will have menudo. I thought I saw an Arandas when I was up there last Sat., I know they have it especially on weekends. Good luck. You are right is smells awfull until you put the spices in.

joe
 
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    rouxdog

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    RE: Menudo Wed, 12/19/07 1:48 PM (permalink)
    Joe,
    You are on top of our surveillance! Do believe we may have a spy amongst. By the way, I printed a copy of the Hou. Ch. recipe. Two things this home will not be caught without are pinto beans and posole.
     
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      PapaJoe8

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      RE: Menudo Wed, 12/19/07 3:37 PM (permalink)
      Roux,
      About those seasonings for your chicken and sausage stuff?? And for a name???
      Joe
       
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        rouxdog

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        RE: Menudo Wed, 12/19/07 4:42 PM (permalink)
        Joe, OK,
        Here goes. This "thing" isn't written down anyplace. Best I recall, this is what I did. Found some Chicken thighs and smoked sausage in the freezer. Pulled them out and thawed. Heated up a bit of lard, seared the thighs w/ skin on(fully cooked sausage added about half way through total the process), sauteed down onions,added chicken broth,lemon juice and posole, green chiles,Chimayo red, garlic, ezapote, S/P, powdered garlic as well as powdered onion. The two stars of the show are Mexican Oregano and Cumin! Top billing goes to fresh lime wedges and Cilantro for color and a nice kick!
        I probably left out a thing or two. Wing it, thats what I did!
         
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          thediningroom

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          • Location: Westland, MI
          RE: Menudo Wed, 12/19/07 5:13 PM (permalink)
          Fred "G" Stanford use to eat menudo. The "G" was for gastretious, I would never eat that slop!
           
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            Texianjoe

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            RE: Menudo Wed, 12/19/07 5:14 PM (permalink)
            quote:
            Originally posted by PapaJoe8

            Roux,
            About those seasonings for your chicken and sausage stuff?? And for a name???
            Joe


            I know it's cheating but in the Mexican spice section of the grocery store buy the menudo mix. It does a good job of seasoning anything to taste like menudo or pozole.

            joe
             
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              rouxdog

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              RE: Menudo Thu, 12/20/07 10:34 AM (permalink)
              That ain't cheatin, thats being resourceful!
               
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                PapaJoe8

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                RE: Menudo Fri, 12/21/07 1:41 PM (permalink)
                Aaaaa, neat, thanks yall. I will try from scratch and then the seasoning pak if I can find it. It's kinda like chili w/o chili powder.
                Joe
                 
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