Pozole is a very traditional Mexican dish. It’s a reddish pork broth seasoned with dried ancho chilies and garlic. It’s typically served on special occasions such as birthdays, baptisms, first communions, and during the holiday season. In Mexico, pozole is prepared using black corn and can be an arduous process. To save on time in the kitchen, you can use canned pozole corn like I use in this recipe. Prepare pozole during this holiday season and see why it’s so popular!