Translation of hominy in Spanish:


maíz descascarillado, n.

Pronunciation /ˈhɑməni//ˈhɒmɪni/



  • 1

    maíz descascarillado masculine
    • Add chicken stock, tomato salsa, and hominy, and simmer for 15 minutes.
    • Someone raised in New York would be much more likely to agree that catfish and hominy are Southern foods.
    • We're not sure if Martin had anything to do with it, but we did find traces of hominy grits mixed in with the samples.
    • And most of the time I really was grateful I wasn't one of those starving children in Africa Mother told me about whenever I left a pile of hominy on my plate.
    • Two yearly crops of early corn were eaten as they ripened, and a harvest of late corn was dried and stored for winter use as hominy.
    • I was up at 5:00 or 5:30 going out to the smokehouse for ham, cooking hominy grits, and making biscuits.
    • It's a stew of hominy, beans, and whatever meat or vegetables may be available.
    • We buy the grain, mostly shell corn and hominy - a high-energy, high-starch ration.
    • Guests will be able to try traditional foods from these regions, including such rare dishes as damson cheese and hominy.
    • He often prepared dishes that he and Becky had discovered in their nomadic hippie days in Mexico, and I still get weak-kneed just thinking of his roasted Coca-Cola chicken with hominy and his boiled yucca with olive oil and sea salt.
    • It combines Hispanic influences, from the Mexican soup menudo, made with tripe, hominy, and chili powder, with Italian elements, adding cheese and garlic to the soup.
    • Some varieties of corn were processed into hominy by boiling the kernels in a weak lye solution of hardwood ashes and water.
    • The entrées were boiled pork and beef, roast beef, mutton chops, and goose, while side dishes included hominy, cabbage, potatoes, and fried tripe.
    • Oddly, his brother invites him to stay at the farm, but we can tell that he's there for more than hominy grits and southern fried chicken.
    • In this case what is being coarsely ground is hominy.
    • It may be mixed with hominy, corn, or rice.
    • As we dined, Kavena lamented that making hominy from dried corn, a method she includes in her book, is one of many traditional processes and secrets being lost to progress and packaged foods.
    • This dish combines hominy corn with beans and spices.
    • Made with beef tripe and hominy, this Mexican soup is often flavored with garlic, onions, and dried chilies.
    • Puchero, a meat stew, is made of boiled hominy and chopped parsley, pepper, squash, carrots or tomatoes.