My husband loves Sunday. Sunday involves rest, relaxation and FOOTBALL!! My husband also looks forward to FOOTBALL food!! Messy, saucy, comfort, stick to your behind football food. He loves it all!
Mi amor lives for Sundays, after a stressful week at work. Every day of the week he drives, he drives and he drives some more visiting his clients.
Social Work is stressful (had I shared?) and Football gives him the joyful recharge for the next week. Did I mention he’s loud, really loud when his teams scores, a flag is thrown or when his team loses their lead.
Football food has really evolved over the years. As newlyweds I often served pizza, hot dogs or hamburgers not realizing the food added to the excitement. Flash forward 12 years and I find myself orgainzing football recipe ideas in basketball season.
I was prepped to grill when a HUGE package appeared on my doorstep. Inside was the preview to the new line Cocinaware from H-E-B. I was more than excited as the line is Latina inspired which made this gal very happy. Each piece blended perfectly with my current kitchen theme. At the bottom of the package there was a lovely yellow Dutch Oven waiting for me. Happy Dance!! I have several Dutch Ovens and any home cook knows they rock!! My grilling mission was put on hold to test out my new dutch oven. A hearty chicken stew with cumin, white beans and hominy with a hefty sprinkle of cilantro. Ladle large spoons of this steamy stew and top with cheese, crema, jalapenos and crispy tortillas. Enjoy!
The new Cocinaware line from H-E-B. A Mexican inspired line that comes in bold, vibrant colors!! The Dutch Oven was my favorite piece. Quick even heating. Easily moves from stove to oven, but stunning for service at your table.
Cumin Chicken Hominy Stew
2 chicken breast
1/4 tsp cumin
1 medium onion diced
2 garlic cloves minced
olive or vegetable oil
1 – 14.5 oz can chicken broth
1 – 15oz hominy, drained
1 – 15oz can white beans (white northern) rinsed, drained
1/4 cup lime juice
In a large dutch oven over medium high heat add oil to coat.
Season chicken with salt and pepper and add to dutch oven.
Cook chicken breast on each side about 3 minutes until lightly browned.
Remove chicken and set aside.
Add onion and saute until translucent. Sprinkle cumin and stir to incorporate.
Add chicken broth and bring to a boil. Dice chicken.
Reduce heat and add hominy, beans, chicken, and lime juice.
Cover and cook for 20 minutes. Serve and garnish with cilantro.Local H-E-B Cocinaware Deals: 9/18 – 10/11 Buy Cocinaware 5.2 qt Enamel Cast Iron Casserole, get Boneless Shoulder Chuck Roast, H-E-B Chipotle and Garlic Salsa Picante, and H-E-B White Corn Tortillas free with in-store coupons! 10/2 – 10/18 Buy Cocinaware Grande Family Pan, get H-E-B Seasoned Beef, Chicken, or Pork Fajitas, Vermicelli, and Chunky Salsa Picante free with in-store coupons!
Sweet Life disclosure: I was invited to participate in the reviewing the new Cocinaware line from H-E-B. My opinions remain my own.
Yep, my DH would also be into that stew!
Oh, I could go for some of that right now. Never actually seen hominy, I wonder if we can even get it around here…
That’s so sweet, your football food evolution =). & the Cocinaware line is gorgeous, you lucky woman!
Simply Life says
I dont’ watch football but I would if it meant I got to eat this stew!
Ooooo, your hubby! Neato! Y’know, funny thing is, I’ve only eaten hominy in a dessert. It was delicious, I wonder what it’ll taste like in a savoury dish ;] I wish that I liked football.
I want that dutch oven which is filled with your stew Bonnie.
I have a tendency to be suckered into just about any recipe that involves hominy. This stew sounds so delicious…the perfect football accompaniment!
Kitchen Belleicious says
I keep forgetting we both live in the Houston area! The Texas game was good wasn’t it? My hubby lives for football the same way and every weekend I am thinking of any and everything to cook to celebrate all the games we watch. This hominy looks amazing!
Blond Duck says
I am all over this! We’re Texan taste mates, I swear!
Heather @girlichef says
Oh my gosh…I ADORE that Cocinaware! And I would adore it even more were it to contain some of that fantastic stew. And I would love it even more on my table, with the stew, while watching football 😉 Beautiful post!
What a beautiful table! I love such kitchenware.
That dish must be scrumptious! I wish I could find hominy here.
Baking Serendipity says
Packages are the best 🙂 And so is this stew! I am loving making football food too, but our gameday is Saturday for the college games. Will have to give this a try as the weather cools off!
Stephanie @cookinfanatic says
I just love the flavor that hominy adds to soup/stew! I haven’t used it since last winter but I definitely can’t wait to try it again soon. Definitely bookmarking this comforting recipe.
now that looks like a lineup.. I want to be on your team for sure… love the new line, and it is so you… hey, nice stew too… sounds like an easy come-together supper…
Heavenly Housewife says
This is the second hominy recipe I’ve seen today. I don’t think we get hominy here in the UK, but I must say, this stew does look amazing! I’d love to try some.
Delicioso!! Would love to try that hominy stew. I make sweet hominy dessert, so a stew would be interesting! Love the cocinaware, very cheerful colors.
When I was a kid, I confused hominy with corn. Now that I know the difference, this dish looks right up my alley!
Tori (@eat-tori) says
Oh my word- your husband is one lucky man. He sounds like he’s got an appetite to rival mine ( I don’t call him The Hungry One because I ran out of cute nicknames). Have just spent the most delightful hour trawling through your archives- thank you so much for the distraction!
Belinda @zomppa says
I would be thrilled with a Sunday lunch/supper/all day eating event with some good football!
Great recipe, is this featured on the HEB site? I loved all your recipes from the back to school challenge. I love this new line.
My wife really likes the new cocinaware line. I plan to suprise her with one of these dutch ovens. great recipe.
I love your stew!! My hubby love football food, I’m sure he would get a kick out of this. Thanks!!