12 Reviews

This was wonderful. I did have to change it a little because of time constraints. I put the whole pork roast in the slow cooker mixed the sauce ingredients substituting green chilies for the jalapenos (we're whimps). I also added 2 Tbls. taco seasoning so the sauce mixture. I just poured it over the roast and set it for 8 hours on low. It was perfect! Came home shredded it and voila dinner was ready. Thanks so much for this recipe Heidi!

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children from A to Z May 21, 2008

I started this recipe without seeing yours, but after reading, quickly went back to the kitchen and added sauteed onions and garlic. I did add some things before seeing your post such as 1/2 cup chicken stock, fresh chopped cilantro and a few splashes of lime. I cooked this in my crock pot for six hours and oh mylanta was it good. Served it with refried beans, my spanish rice and some warmed up flour tortilla's and we were in heaven. This will now be the chili verde I make! Thank you for the post.

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mini_1 May 25, 2008

Delicious!! This quick, easy and very flavorful chile verde was a huge hit with my family. It tastes so good that it is hard to believe that it is so simple to make. I did increase the garlic to 4 cloves, and while the meat was browning I sprinkled in some garlic powder, onion powder, cumin, and Mexican oregano. Also, when the chile verde was done cooking, I made a slurry of cornstarch and water, which I added to thicken it a little. I made chile verde burritos using 10" flour tortillas. I filled the tortillas with the chile verde, sour cream, guacamole, pico de gallo, and Mexican 4-blend cheese. I topped the burritos with more chile verde and cheese. Yummm!! My family devoured these and gave them 2 huge thumbs up. Thank you for sharing this fabulous recipe...it is definitely a keeper!! *Made for 1-2-3 Hit Wonder tag*

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Bayhill January 29, 2009

Wonderful. I made this for lunch. I did sauté the onions, garlic, and pork first. I only cooked it for 4 hours on low. I did chop my pork up once it was cooked with my papered chef meat chopper. Turned out great.

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Posiespocketbook November 21, 2013

Outstanding flavor! I served with Spanish rice, sour cream, lettuce & tomato with warm tortillas.....oh sooooo good. Thank you!

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CMarsh6744 September 27, 2013

This was really easy to make and has great flavor!

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Jeanene07 November 12, 2012

Can I give it 6 stars?? I cannot stress enough how EASY this recipe is for the outcome you get. The flavor is outta this world. We put this on rice, made nachos out of it, tacos, burritos. I've made it 2 times in a row. Friends and family have all tried this and rave about it as well. Even my 3 yr old likes it - now that's saying a lot :)

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drchantel June 11, 2011

OMG this recipe is awesome! My family loved it as did I. It was so easy and came out so tender. I was a bit worried it might be too hot with the jalapenos but it was suprisingly mild. Just right, even for our 3 year old. I will be doubling this recipe next time as there was not enough left over to freeze! Thank you so much for sharing this wonderful recipe!!!

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Kerena April 05, 2011

Awesome recipe! I made as written and will put this into my rotation. The heat was just right! Thanks for a great recipe!

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CindiJ February 01, 2011

Very good. Everyone really liked it and it was easy. I used 4 to 5 lbs of pork. I did not use Jalapenos due to the heat factor for some, but did use 4 oz can of green chili's and a can of Rotel tomatoes and green chili's along with the green enchilada sauce. Increased the onion to 1 cup and added some extra garlic. Some made burritos and some just ate it straight up. Great both ways.

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mmfoster9 February 16, 2010
Slow Cooker Pork Chili Verde