Miguel’s Jr., Southern California’s favorite family-owned homestyle Mexican restaurant chain, spices up its menu with the introduction of Pozole, a traditional seasonal Mexican soup. Starting January 15, the authentic zesty house-made soup will be available at all locations.
“I’m excited to serve my flavorful Pozole to our fans who have been asking for a hearty and zesty winter soup for years,” says Mary Vasquez, founder and Chief Recipe Officer of Miguel’s Jr. “My Pozole is perfectly seasoned with just the right amount of spice and heat. Guests can garnish their bowl to taste for a vibrant savory and spicy bite every time.”
Mary’s Pozole features an aromatic, slow-simmered red chile broth generously filled with tender hominy and a choice of Miguel’s Jr.’s authentically seasoned succulent and tender shredded chicken or house favorite slow-roasted Chile Verde Pork. The complex and layered Pozole is served with a side of lettuce, onions, and lemon for fans to customize to their preference.
Pozole will be available for $4.89 for a 16oz bowl, or a 12oz cup for $3.69 at all Miguel’s Jr. locations starting on January 15, for a limited time.