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Pig Tail Stew

My husband loves menudo. This is NOT menudo. I didn't have all the ingredients for it. So I came up with this pork creation that he loves just the same. Serve over cilantro lime rice. Garnish it as you please, but we use Mexican green onions, red onions, cilantro, fresh lime juice, and jalapeno.

PIG TAIL STEW


STEW INGREDIENTS
𐄂1 family pack of pork ribs
𐄂6 large pig tails
𐄂4 small onions
𐄂9 cloves of garlic
𐄂2 c. tomatoes
𐄂3 tbsp. sea salt
𐄂1 tbsp. black pepper
𐄂3 tbsp. cumin
𐄂1 tbsp. crushed red pepper
𐄂2 tbsp. paprika
𐄂1 tsp. garlic powder
𐄂2, 15 oz. cans of tomato sauce
𐄂1, 28 oz. can of whole or diced tomatoes
𐄂1, 25 oz. can of white hominy
𐄂1 gal. water
pigtail stewGARNISH INGREDIENTS:
𐄂red onions
𐄂jalapenos
𐄂cilantro
𐄂Mexican green onions
𐄂lime




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