Lentil Soup with Lime Juice — Here is a light lentil soup made Southwestern, soup rather than Middle Eastern by the addition of green chiles and lime juice. It can be served in summer as well as winter and is eminently easy to fix.
Mexican Pozole — Pozole is a staple of New Mexican cuisine. This pork and hominy dish, rich in spiciness and flavor, will satisfy the hungriest skiers, sledders and skaters on the coldest of days. Tortilla chips, a green salad and a pitcher of Nestea finish the meal.
Nacho-Style Soup — Warm up this winter with a fiesta-inspired soup. This is sure to satisfy on a chilly day. Top or stir in sliced green onions, shredded cheese, zesty salsa or tortilla chips for a flavorful twist.
New Mexico Green Chile Pork Posole — Pozole, which means "hominy", is a traditional stew from Mexico, which once had ritual significance. It has a very "earthy" flavor. It is made from hominy, with pork or chicken, and can be seasoned and garnished with shredded cabbage, chile peppers, onion, garlic, radishes, avocado, salsa and/or limes.
Posole — This dish originated in Jalisco, Mexico, and is traditionally served at Christmas time. It is a thick, hearty soup that's served in a bowl with cool salad toppings and a squeeze of lime