Grandpa Snub's Chili

A soupy version of a green chile. From Great American Brand Name Recipes Cookbook, 1989 version. I'm writing it as posted, but I did not add the pinto beans, and I used cut up pork chops. I also did not use as much meat as recipe calls for. The recipe also reads that "This chili is equally delicious made with beef."

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  • In large heavy saucepot or Dutch oven heat oil. Add pork; cook over medium high heat until browned. Add onion, green pepper, garlic, chili powder, paprika, celery seed and salt. Cook 15 minutes or until vegetables are tender. Stir in olives and olive juice. Cover. Simmer 1 hour or until meat is tender; stir occasionally. Stir in beans, water and Tabasco sauce. Cover. Simmer 30 minutes; add more water if necessary to prevent sticking.
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"A soupy version of a green chile. From Great American Brand Name Recipes Cookbook, 1989 version. I'm writing it as posted, but I did not add the pinto beans, and I used cut up pork chops. I also did not use as much meat as recipe calls for. The recipe also reads that "This chili is equally delicious made with beef.""
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  1. Toni in Colorado
    A soupy version of a green chile. From Great American Brand Name Recipes Cookbook, 1989 version. I'm writing it as posted, but I did not add the pinto beans, and I used cut up pork chops. I also did not use as much meat as recipe calls for. The recipe also reads that "This chili is equally delicious made with beef."
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