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If you crave a little spice in your cocktail, this one may be for you

Do you crave a little spice in your cocktails? If so, this Spicy Repo recipe is for you: In it, tequila and pineapple juice get a fiery punch from a few dashes of hot sauce.

This recipe is provided by Hornitos.

Ingredients

  • 2 parts tequila, such as Hornitos® Reposado Tequila
  • 3 parts pineapple juice
  • 2 dashes hot sauce

Directions

Combine all ingredients in a highball glass with ice and stir. Garnish with a lime.

Nutritional Facts

Servings1

Calories Per Serving1422

Folate equivalent (total)489µg100%

Riboflavin (B2)0.9mg51.3%


Pozole Rojo Recipe (Authentic Mexican Pozole)

Today I’ll be sharing with you an amazing Pozole rojo recipe. Pozole is a delicious Mexican pork soup that will warm you up!

You’ve probably noticed that I’ve been posting a lot of soups and chili recipes lately. I’m trying to get the blog ready for the Fall and Winter seasons so that you have plenty of recipes to choose from.

I hope you have enjoyed them all so far! I think my pozole rojo recipe is one you’ll really enjoy.

Pozole is made with pork and hominy which is a type of corn. It’s delicious anytime of the year but especially during the cold months.

My husband really loves it when I make pozole for him. Surprisingly my kids also enjoyed it. Well they enjoyed the pork pieces that is.

They absolutely refused to eat the hominy and they definitely didn’t want any of the garnishes. Which is sad because I wouldn’t think of eating pozole without lots of cabbage, radishes and lime juice.

I’m all about the garnishes! But at least they ate something. They are so picky!

My amazing husband helped me make this soup. He actually helps me make a lot of the dishes on this blog.

I honestly couldn’t ask for a better husband. Thanks to him I have came to know and love a whole new world of food!

I hope my blog can be a way for you to get know the world of Mexican food as well.

The photo below is one from months ago but I wanted to post it so you could see the soup without all of the garnishes.

Pozole rojo means red posole. It gets it’s color from dried chilies.

Don’t worry it’s not spicy at all. The chilies just add flavor and color.

My recipe makes a lot. If you want you can always halve the recipe.

Whatever you do definitely try this pozole rojo recipe. You won’t regret it!

You should also try out some of my other Mexican soup recipes such as caldo de pollo and sopa de fideo as well!


Pozole Rojo Recipe (Authentic Mexican Pozole)

Today I’ll be sharing with you an amazing Pozole rojo recipe. Pozole is a delicious Mexican pork soup that will warm you up!

You’ve probably noticed that I’ve been posting a lot of soups and chili recipes lately. I’m trying to get the blog ready for the Fall and Winter seasons so that you have plenty of recipes to choose from.

I hope you have enjoyed them all so far! I think my pozole rojo recipe is one you’ll really enjoy.

Pozole is made with pork and hominy which is a type of corn. It’s delicious anytime of the year but especially during the cold months.

My husband really loves it when I make pozole for him. Surprisingly my kids also enjoyed it. Well they enjoyed the pork pieces that is.

They absolutely refused to eat the hominy and they definitely didn’t want any of the garnishes. Which is sad because I wouldn’t think of eating pozole without lots of cabbage, radishes and lime juice.

I’m all about the garnishes! But at least they ate something. They are so picky!

My amazing husband helped me make this soup. He actually helps me make a lot of the dishes on this blog.

I honestly couldn’t ask for a better husband. Thanks to him I have came to know and love a whole new world of food!

I hope my blog can be a way for you to get know the world of Mexican food as well.

The photo below is one from months ago but I wanted to post it so you could see the soup without all of the garnishes.

Pozole rojo means red posole. It gets it’s color from dried chilies.

Don’t worry it’s not spicy at all. The chilies just add flavor and color.

My recipe makes a lot. If you want you can always halve the recipe.

Whatever you do definitely try this pozole rojo recipe. You won’t regret it!

You should also try out some of my other Mexican soup recipes such as caldo de pollo and sopa de fideo as well!


Pozole Rojo Recipe (Authentic Mexican Pozole)

Today I’ll be sharing with you an amazing Pozole rojo recipe. Pozole is a delicious Mexican pork soup that will warm you up!

You’ve probably noticed that I’ve been posting a lot of soups and chili recipes lately. I’m trying to get the blog ready for the Fall and Winter seasons so that you have plenty of recipes to choose from.

I hope you have enjoyed them all so far! I think my pozole rojo recipe is one you’ll really enjoy.

Pozole is made with pork and hominy which is a type of corn. It’s delicious anytime of the year but especially during the cold months.

My husband really loves it when I make pozole for him. Surprisingly my kids also enjoyed it. Well they enjoyed the pork pieces that is.

They absolutely refused to eat the hominy and they definitely didn’t want any of the garnishes. Which is sad because I wouldn’t think of eating pozole without lots of cabbage, radishes and lime juice.

I’m all about the garnishes! But at least they ate something. They are so picky!

My amazing husband helped me make this soup. He actually helps me make a lot of the dishes on this blog.

I honestly couldn’t ask for a better husband. Thanks to him I have came to know and love a whole new world of food!

I hope my blog can be a way for you to get know the world of Mexican food as well.

The photo below is one from months ago but I wanted to post it so you could see the soup without all of the garnishes.

Pozole rojo means red posole. It gets it’s color from dried chilies.

Don’t worry it’s not spicy at all. The chilies just add flavor and color.

My recipe makes a lot. If you want you can always halve the recipe.

Whatever you do definitely try this pozole rojo recipe. You won’t regret it!

You should also try out some of my other Mexican soup recipes such as caldo de pollo and sopa de fideo as well!


Pozole Rojo Recipe (Authentic Mexican Pozole)

Today I’ll be sharing with you an amazing Pozole rojo recipe. Pozole is a delicious Mexican pork soup that will warm you up!

You’ve probably noticed that I’ve been posting a lot of soups and chili recipes lately. I’m trying to get the blog ready for the Fall and Winter seasons so that you have plenty of recipes to choose from.

I hope you have enjoyed them all so far! I think my pozole rojo recipe is one you’ll really enjoy.

Pozole is made with pork and hominy which is a type of corn. It’s delicious anytime of the year but especially during the cold months.

My husband really loves it when I make pozole for him. Surprisingly my kids also enjoyed it. Well they enjoyed the pork pieces that is.

They absolutely refused to eat the hominy and they definitely didn’t want any of the garnishes. Which is sad because I wouldn’t think of eating pozole without lots of cabbage, radishes and lime juice.

I’m all about the garnishes! But at least they ate something. They are so picky!

My amazing husband helped me make this soup. He actually helps me make a lot of the dishes on this blog.

I honestly couldn’t ask for a better husband. Thanks to him I have came to know and love a whole new world of food!

I hope my blog can be a way for you to get know the world of Mexican food as well.

The photo below is one from months ago but I wanted to post it so you could see the soup without all of the garnishes.

Pozole rojo means red posole. It gets it’s color from dried chilies.

Don’t worry it’s not spicy at all. The chilies just add flavor and color.

My recipe makes a lot. If you want you can always halve the recipe.

Whatever you do definitely try this pozole rojo recipe. You won’t regret it!

You should also try out some of my other Mexican soup recipes such as caldo de pollo and sopa de fideo as well!


Pozole Rojo Recipe (Authentic Mexican Pozole)

Today I’ll be sharing with you an amazing Pozole rojo recipe. Pozole is a delicious Mexican pork soup that will warm you up!

You’ve probably noticed that I’ve been posting a lot of soups and chili recipes lately. I’m trying to get the blog ready for the Fall and Winter seasons so that you have plenty of recipes to choose from.

I hope you have enjoyed them all so far! I think my pozole rojo recipe is one you’ll really enjoy.

Pozole is made with pork and hominy which is a type of corn. It’s delicious anytime of the year but especially during the cold months.

My husband really loves it when I make pozole for him. Surprisingly my kids also enjoyed it. Well they enjoyed the pork pieces that is.

They absolutely refused to eat the hominy and they definitely didn’t want any of the garnishes. Which is sad because I wouldn’t think of eating pozole without lots of cabbage, radishes and lime juice.

I’m all about the garnishes! But at least they ate something. They are so picky!

My amazing husband helped me make this soup. He actually helps me make a lot of the dishes on this blog.

I honestly couldn’t ask for a better husband. Thanks to him I have came to know and love a whole new world of food!

I hope my blog can be a way for you to get know the world of Mexican food as well.

The photo below is one from months ago but I wanted to post it so you could see the soup without all of the garnishes.

Pozole rojo means red posole. It gets it’s color from dried chilies.

Don’t worry it’s not spicy at all. The chilies just add flavor and color.

My recipe makes a lot. If you want you can always halve the recipe.

Whatever you do definitely try this pozole rojo recipe. You won’t regret it!

You should also try out some of my other Mexican soup recipes such as caldo de pollo and sopa de fideo as well!


Pozole Rojo Recipe (Authentic Mexican Pozole)

Today I’ll be sharing with you an amazing Pozole rojo recipe. Pozole is a delicious Mexican pork soup that will warm you up!

You’ve probably noticed that I’ve been posting a lot of soups and chili recipes lately. I’m trying to get the blog ready for the Fall and Winter seasons so that you have plenty of recipes to choose from.

I hope you have enjoyed them all so far! I think my pozole rojo recipe is one you’ll really enjoy.

Pozole is made with pork and hominy which is a type of corn. It’s delicious anytime of the year but especially during the cold months.

My husband really loves it when I make pozole for him. Surprisingly my kids also enjoyed it. Well they enjoyed the pork pieces that is.

They absolutely refused to eat the hominy and they definitely didn’t want any of the garnishes. Which is sad because I wouldn’t think of eating pozole without lots of cabbage, radishes and lime juice.

I’m all about the garnishes! But at least they ate something. They are so picky!

My amazing husband helped me make this soup. He actually helps me make a lot of the dishes on this blog.

I honestly couldn’t ask for a better husband. Thanks to him I have came to know and love a whole new world of food!

I hope my blog can be a way for you to get know the world of Mexican food as well.

The photo below is one from months ago but I wanted to post it so you could see the soup without all of the garnishes.

Pozole rojo means red posole. It gets it’s color from dried chilies.

Don’t worry it’s not spicy at all. The chilies just add flavor and color.

My recipe makes a lot. If you want you can always halve the recipe.

Whatever you do definitely try this pozole rojo recipe. You won’t regret it!

You should also try out some of my other Mexican soup recipes such as caldo de pollo and sopa de fideo as well!


Pozole Rojo Recipe (Authentic Mexican Pozole)

Today I’ll be sharing with you an amazing Pozole rojo recipe. Pozole is a delicious Mexican pork soup that will warm you up!

You’ve probably noticed that I’ve been posting a lot of soups and chili recipes lately. I’m trying to get the blog ready for the Fall and Winter seasons so that you have plenty of recipes to choose from.

I hope you have enjoyed them all so far! I think my pozole rojo recipe is one you’ll really enjoy.

Pozole is made with pork and hominy which is a type of corn. It’s delicious anytime of the year but especially during the cold months.

My husband really loves it when I make pozole for him. Surprisingly my kids also enjoyed it. Well they enjoyed the pork pieces that is.

They absolutely refused to eat the hominy and they definitely didn’t want any of the garnishes. Which is sad because I wouldn’t think of eating pozole without lots of cabbage, radishes and lime juice.

I’m all about the garnishes! But at least they ate something. They are so picky!

My amazing husband helped me make this soup. He actually helps me make a lot of the dishes on this blog.

I honestly couldn’t ask for a better husband. Thanks to him I have came to know and love a whole new world of food!

I hope my blog can be a way for you to get know the world of Mexican food as well.

The photo below is one from months ago but I wanted to post it so you could see the soup without all of the garnishes.

Pozole rojo means red posole. It gets it’s color from dried chilies.

Don’t worry it’s not spicy at all. The chilies just add flavor and color.

My recipe makes a lot. If you want you can always halve the recipe.

Whatever you do definitely try this pozole rojo recipe. You won’t regret it!

You should also try out some of my other Mexican soup recipes such as caldo de pollo and sopa de fideo as well!


Pozole Rojo Recipe (Authentic Mexican Pozole)

Today I’ll be sharing with you an amazing Pozole rojo recipe. Pozole is a delicious Mexican pork soup that will warm you up!

You’ve probably noticed that I’ve been posting a lot of soups and chili recipes lately. I’m trying to get the blog ready for the Fall and Winter seasons so that you have plenty of recipes to choose from.

I hope you have enjoyed them all so far! I think my pozole rojo recipe is one you’ll really enjoy.

Pozole is made with pork and hominy which is a type of corn. It’s delicious anytime of the year but especially during the cold months.

My husband really loves it when I make pozole for him. Surprisingly my kids also enjoyed it. Well they enjoyed the pork pieces that is.

They absolutely refused to eat the hominy and they definitely didn’t want any of the garnishes. Which is sad because I wouldn’t think of eating pozole without lots of cabbage, radishes and lime juice.

I’m all about the garnishes! But at least they ate something. They are so picky!

My amazing husband helped me make this soup. He actually helps me make a lot of the dishes on this blog.

I honestly couldn’t ask for a better husband. Thanks to him I have came to know and love a whole new world of food!

I hope my blog can be a way for you to get know the world of Mexican food as well.

The photo below is one from months ago but I wanted to post it so you could see the soup without all of the garnishes.

Pozole rojo means red posole. It gets it’s color from dried chilies.

Don’t worry it’s not spicy at all. The chilies just add flavor and color.

My recipe makes a lot. If you want you can always halve the recipe.

Whatever you do definitely try this pozole rojo recipe. You won’t regret it!

You should also try out some of my other Mexican soup recipes such as caldo de pollo and sopa de fideo as well!


Pozole Rojo Recipe (Authentic Mexican Pozole)

Today I’ll be sharing with you an amazing Pozole rojo recipe. Pozole is a delicious Mexican pork soup that will warm you up!

You’ve probably noticed that I’ve been posting a lot of soups and chili recipes lately. I’m trying to get the blog ready for the Fall and Winter seasons so that you have plenty of recipes to choose from.

I hope you have enjoyed them all so far! I think my pozole rojo recipe is one you’ll really enjoy.

Pozole is made with pork and hominy which is a type of corn. It’s delicious anytime of the year but especially during the cold months.

My husband really loves it when I make pozole for him. Surprisingly my kids also enjoyed it. Well they enjoyed the pork pieces that is.

They absolutely refused to eat the hominy and they definitely didn’t want any of the garnishes. Which is sad because I wouldn’t think of eating pozole without lots of cabbage, radishes and lime juice.

I’m all about the garnishes! But at least they ate something. They are so picky!

My amazing husband helped me make this soup. He actually helps me make a lot of the dishes on this blog.

I honestly couldn’t ask for a better husband. Thanks to him I have came to know and love a whole new world of food!

I hope my blog can be a way for you to get know the world of Mexican food as well.

The photo below is one from months ago but I wanted to post it so you could see the soup without all of the garnishes.

Pozole rojo means red posole. It gets it’s color from dried chilies.

Don’t worry it’s not spicy at all. The chilies just add flavor and color.

My recipe makes a lot. If you want you can always halve the recipe.

Whatever you do definitely try this pozole rojo recipe. You won’t regret it!

You should also try out some of my other Mexican soup recipes such as caldo de pollo and sopa de fideo as well!


Pozole Rojo Recipe (Authentic Mexican Pozole)

Today I’ll be sharing with you an amazing Pozole rojo recipe. Pozole is a delicious Mexican pork soup that will warm you up!

You’ve probably noticed that I’ve been posting a lot of soups and chili recipes lately. I’m trying to get the blog ready for the Fall and Winter seasons so that you have plenty of recipes to choose from.

I hope you have enjoyed them all so far! I think my pozole rojo recipe is one you’ll really enjoy.

Pozole is made with pork and hominy which is a type of corn. It’s delicious anytime of the year but especially during the cold months.

My husband really loves it when I make pozole for him. Surprisingly my kids also enjoyed it. Well they enjoyed the pork pieces that is.

They absolutely refused to eat the hominy and they definitely didn’t want any of the garnishes. Which is sad because I wouldn’t think of eating pozole without lots of cabbage, radishes and lime juice.

I’m all about the garnishes! But at least they ate something. They are so picky!

My amazing husband helped me make this soup. He actually helps me make a lot of the dishes on this blog.

I honestly couldn’t ask for a better husband. Thanks to him I have came to know and love a whole new world of food!

I hope my blog can be a way for you to get know the world of Mexican food as well.

The photo below is one from months ago but I wanted to post it so you could see the soup without all of the garnishes.

Pozole rojo means red posole. It gets it’s color from dried chilies.

Don’t worry it’s not spicy at all. The chilies just add flavor and color.

My recipe makes a lot. If you want you can always halve the recipe.

Whatever you do definitely try this pozole rojo recipe. You won’t regret it!

You should also try out some of my other Mexican soup recipes such as caldo de pollo and sopa de fideo as well!


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