Sunday, March 15, 2009

Hominy supper!





Rich made his Hominy supper. If you have never tried hominy, you must! This was a traditional breakfast at his grandparents. You know, like, big Sunday breakfast. We always have it Christmas morning. Now and again on the weekend when Rich is home he will cook it. The kids love it. It's really simple. Unfortunately, I was busy while he was cooking and I didn't get snapshots. But, I did manage to snap a photo before anyone ate. You don't know how lucky you are! We have had to increase the amounts over the years. We use the HUGE can of hominy now.

Hominy Breakfast

1/2 pack little sizzlers sausages, cut in rings
1/2 pack bacon, chopped in pieces, reserved 1 - 2 tablespoons grease
2 cans hominy, white, drained
salt
pepper

Cook the sausages in an iron pot until browned. Remove sausages and set aside.. Cook bacon in iron pot until crisp. Remove bacon grease, reserving 1 - 2 tablespoons of the grease. Put the sausages back to the pot with the bacon. Stir. Add the drained hominy. Add salt and pepper. Stir well until thoroughly mixed. Let the hominy soak up some of that bacon grease. Then simmer for a few minutes while you gather the plates, cups, forks, napkins.

Dish up and enjoy!












1 comment:

Jennifer said...

We LOVE hominy and this recipe sounds so good. I think we will try it this week if I can remember to get the little sizzlers. I usually cook the hominy up in butter or pour it into the skillet after I've fried ham, but this way sounds so good too.