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Pozole in Mexico

This succulent pre-Hispanic broth was created in Cuernavaca, the main ingredient is corn and depending on the region you are in, the type of meat that is going to accompany it is added, it can be pork, chicken or beef. The “pozole” consists of cooking the “cacahuacintle”, which is a large grain corn, then the meat is added, to finish it, rich complementary seasonings that give the delicious flavor to this great dish such as: radishes, lettuce, avocado and of course chile should not be missing either in sauce or powder.

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