Backpacking Food: How to Make Corn Nut Pork Rind Pozole

How to Make Corn Nut Pork Rind Pozole

Yes, you read that right.  You can make a pretty amazing version of pozole with just a few items from the gas station.  This is part of our Truckstop recipe series where I create a tasty meal focusing on a bag of chips or crackers.  If you are looking for a cheap, hearty, and high-calorie recipe, this is it.

What I love about this recipe is that the ingredients hydrate and the flavor comes together surprisingly well in just a few minutes.  I can’t wait for you to try this because it blew my mind the first time I cooked it up.  Enjoy!

Watch Chef Corso Cook Corn Nut Pork Rind Pozole

You can make amazing meals with just a few ingredients from a gas station. Part of our Truck stop recipe series. Fast, easy, lightweight, high calorie & tasty.

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If you want a tasty, filling, and high-calorie meal on a budget, this is the recipe for you.

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Professional chef and founder of Outdoor Eats, Chef Corso wants to help you make meals in the wilderness. With over 160 trail tested meals, instructional guides and videos, and an upbeat attitude he will teach you to enjoy better, healthier foods on your backpacking trips. Follow him on Instagram.

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