Total TimePrep: 15 min. Cook: 6 hours
Makes12 servings (3 quarts)
Enjoyed by my family!
I want to make this but I have gone to 3 grocery stores and can not find the Ranch Style Pinto Beans. Is there a substitution that can be used in its place
Unfortunately I can tell just by looking at the ingredients that this is not something we would enjoy
Good grief....all those canned products contribute to the high salt content. I understand the Hominy, tomatoes, and pinto beans need to be canned, but frozen corn can be used, and fresh potatoes and carrots. Fresh is best.
Delicious! I used low salt or no salt added canned tomatoes, canned haminy, and beans. I never buy canned vegetables because of the salt content. Dicing the fresh potatoes and carrots only added a small amount of cooking time to the dish. I also used low salt canned beef broth.
I like this recipe. It requires quite a bit more seasoning, however. I added herbs and spices to give it an extra pop.
I have to say this was a big hit in my house. My husband loved it and he is a picky eater. Though I did change a couple of things. Instead of Ground Beef I used Ground Turkey and chicken broth instead of Beef bouillon cube. I will be making this again. It is a must try.
my family really loved it.i make it often.
Homiiny is traditionally a southern dish but it is corn that has been soaked in a weak lye solution. It comes either white or yellow. If you have a Wal-mart, they have their own brand. Bush also has canned hominy, but look close to the corn in your supermarket.
I'm sorry for my ignorance but what is hominy? Judith