Curried Hominy

Last week I made curried hominy, it’s a favorite in our house and never remains long.

Hominy is corn that has had its outer shell removed. It’s then soaked in a mixture that makes it swell. This gives it a soft texture. It’s commonly thought of as a Southern dish, but plenty of non-Southern folks seem to enjoy the dish also.

As a child, my mother made hominy a few times each month… usually on Sunday mornings. Sausage, biscuits, eggs, and gravy were usually on that menu too. I liked the texture but I wasn’t too fond of the simplistic way it was served and couldn’t wait until I was older to spice it up a bit.

In my twenties, when I cut loose in the kitchen, one of the first things I did was to give hominy a makeover. Results?  I loved the upgrade! I never went back to eating plain hominy again. I only prepare hominy once every few months. There’s too many foods we enjoy, that settling on a few dishes isn’t going to happen.

Curried Hominy

Curried Hominy

 

I prepared this dish in my lovely wok. I added curry, cauliflower, broccoli, curry, a bit of cumin, garlic, and salt to taste… simple but delicious. Occasionally I’ll add additional items like tomato, carrots… it all depends on what’s wanted.

 

 

3 Responses to Curried Hominy

  1. Jennifer says:

    Awesome! Great ideas! I need to do more with Hominy! Thanks for the reminder! I have a wicked mishmash of a post today! I’m working on another one for tomorrow as I received MAIL today! Woot!
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    Opal Reply:

    I love your mishmash posts @Jennifer, I really like that you post so many foodie posts too.
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    Jennifer Reply:

    Thanks for the kind words and encouragement!
    Today I posted a craft, 2 Paco’s Pics, and a Vegan Reuben Sandwich.
    Last week, as you know, I did Ethiopian Food, this week my challenge was Thai, and I already have a request for next week…VEGAN Pakistani Dishes! Woot! I’m pretty excited about it, actually! I’m having fun and learning a lot, too!
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