Traditional Pozole Recipe
Have you ever wondered how to make a traditional pozole? Many families will be preparing this traditional dish this weekend in celebration of Three Kings Day (Dia de los Reyes). Pozole is a stew that originated from Mexico and has ritual significance. It is made with pork, chicken or turkey along with a variety of spices.
Pozole is currently being served until Monday at Disney California Adventure Park in celebration of the holiday. We had a unique opportunity to share how to make this recipe with Disneyland’s Chef Toby. Chef Toby offers a step-by-step guide on how to make this delicious stew for your family this weekend. The recipe is simple to make, and just requires a couple of hours to simmer while the flavors blend together.
Chef Toby from Disneyland
One tip that is not mentioned in the video is that this recipe can be made in the slow cooker. Cook the recipe on high for 3-4 hours, and then change the setting to low about an hour before serving the pozole.
The Three Kings Day celebration will continue throughout the weekend until Monday, January 6th. There is music, dancing, crafts, food and more for your family to enjoy. If you cannot make it to Disneyland this weekend for the celebration, then enjoy making this magical recipe at home in celebration of the holiday.