Made as directed and it was a bit liquidy which is okay. The bigger issue is the balance: given the spiciness, the sweetness was off a bit for us. I think that the next time I'd make this I will add a can of diced tomatoes and a tablespoon of sugar. Thanks, loof! Made for Zaar Stars.
Wow, fastest chili to make in the west, and here in PA too. :) Yes, This is more liquidy than regular chili, but easily remedied by adding 2 Tbsp of tomato paste during the final simmer. I cut the pork into thin strips and then diced it up (about the size of kidney beans). I like to prep pork for chili this way and use large cubes for stews. This recipe gets 5 stars for such a quick and very simple chili recipe that is wonderfully tasty & flavorful. I served it over saffron rice. Thanks for sharing the recipe. :)
We really enjoyed this dish. I did use the yellow pepper and also added in a minced jalapeno pepper for added spice. I served over rice just like others have suggested. I cooked this a bit longer to try and reduce the amount of liquid. Very yummy. Thanks for posting.
This is a nice and spicy meal. I think it was more of a soup than a chili because the base was very thin - there was nothing to thicken up the liquid. I vision chili to be really thick and able to stand alone. I served this with brown rice and corn bread in order to soak up the the tasty liquid. Also, added corn instead of peppers. The sour cream is a must to cool the palate.
Delish! I used a red bell pepper instead of yellow, because that's what I had on hand. I also used chili beans for the red beans. Other than that, I made this as directed. This was very simple and very good. I really enjoyed the smokey chipotle combined with the cumin. Thanks loof for a quick and tasty meal. Made for 1-2-3 Wonders tag game.
Wow...what an quick n easy recipe to put together, the smokey flavour from the Chipolte chili in adabo was fab and the pork was melt in your mouth tender!! I subbed yellow pepper for red and used a beef stock in place of the beer. I also thickened my sauce slightly with a cornstarch slurry, served over rice it made for a wonderful dinner. Thanks for sharing.