I looked around in internet for dry posole in slow cooker and did not find anything.
Last night around 7pm i put a cup of completely dry posole (not pre soaked or anything) in my large Hamilton Beach 6-Quart slow cooker, and added everything i wanted to it. Onion, garlic, green peppers, oregano, black pepper, laurel leaf, chicken bouillon cube, accent envelope, paprika, 1 carrot, 1 potato, pork meat, 2 tablespoons oil, did not stir ... and water to cover by about 2 inches. Maybe half a teaspoon salt, i forgot. High heat all night. At 7am checked and posole was fine, very well cooked and open. Since almost all the water had been absorbed i added a can of chicken stock and left it in high heat for sometime then switched to low, and before lunch turned it off so it was not too hot.
I'm writing this so that someone else who wonders to make dry posole corn in a slow cooker, knows it can be done. I wanted sort of a casserole not a soup and that's what i got. I found it very good.
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