A staple in many traditional Mexican dishes like Posole (or Pozole), hominy is corn that has been dried, had its outer shell removed and then is soaked causing it to puff up.
Pronounced: “HOM-uh-nee” - it is also utilized in the Southern United States for recipes such as hominy bread, casseroles and hominy chili. You can also use hominy in many soups and salads adding great texture and fiber. A great ingredient for vegetarians.
Ingredients: White Hominy prepared with water and salt. Sodium bisulfite added to promote color retention.