Crock Pot Green Chile

My own personal Green Chile Recipe. Very delicious, just the right amount of spice, and hearty. This recipe creates a stew-like Chile that can be served in a bowl with a tortilla or smothered onto your favorite burrito. This recipe is always best with fresh roasted chiles, but seasons can cause issues with that. I buy 2 bushels in late summer, peel/dice and freeze in quart bags. I also recommend finely mincing all the veggies, I use a slap-chop to get mine extra small. Large chucks take a lot of space on a spoon, the small pieces allow greater variety in each bite.

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8hrs 45mins
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  • Clean and peel all the vegetables.
  • Chop and dice vegetables to taste. I find the smaller (minced) the pieces the better.
  • Brown the ground Pork.
  • Add all spices in a bowl and mix.
  • Combine all Ingredients in a 6qt crock pot.
  • Cook for 6-8 hours.
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"My own personal Green Chile Recipe. Very delicious, just the right amount of spice, and hearty. This recipe creates a stew-like Chile that can be served in a bowl with a tortilla or smothered onto your favorite burrito. This recipe is always best with fresh roasted chiles, but seasons can cause issues with that. I buy 2 bushels in late summer, peel/dice and freeze in quart bags. I also recommend finely mincing all the veggies, I use a slap-chop to get mine extra small. Large chucks take a lot of space on a spoon, the small pieces allow greater variety in each bite."
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  1. Eddie_42
    My own personal Green Chile Recipe. Very delicious, just the right amount of spice, and hearty. This recipe creates a stew-like Chile that can be served in a bowl with a tortilla or smothered onto your favorite burrito. This recipe is always best with fresh roasted chiles, but seasons can cause issues with that. I buy 2 bushels in late summer, peel/dice and freeze in quart bags. I also recommend finely mincing all the veggies, I use a slap-chop to get mine extra small. Large chucks take a lot of space on a spoon, the small pieces allow greater variety in each bite.
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