Pork Chili Verde

Pork Chili Verde created by cookiedog

Pull out the surgical gloves for this one- lots of chile chopping that leads to great flavor, and a mild heat that tingles your tongue but will burn your fingertips! I made this for my own chile verde cookoff. My DBF chose this one as the winner, and I went with recipe #369095 as my favorite. I mixed the two together and shared it with my colleagues who eagerly ate some for lunch and then brought home little bowls to share with their families. I'm happy they thought it was good enough to share- I hope you enjoy it too! Chile Verde always tastes better the second day! Adapted to include less chicken stock (down form 4 1/2 quarts) From the foodnetwork.

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  • Trim off any excess fat from the pork and cut into 2 inch squares. In a large (6 to 8 quart) stock pot, over a high heat, sear the pork in the vegetable oil until golden brown. Remove the pork from the pot and pour off any oil or fat drippings, but leave 2 tablespoons of oil. In the same pot, over a medium heat, add the chopped onion, garlic, salt, and pepper and saute until transparent. Add the cumin, pork, and chicken stock, and cook for 1/2 hour.
  • Add the poblanos, jalapenos, and bell peppers. Puree the tomatillos and cilantro in a blender. Add them to the pot and cook an additional 30 to 45 minutes. (Mine took a bit longer for the meat to get tender). Serve with white beans and rice. Garnish with grated sharp white cheddar cheese.
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"Pull out the surgical gloves for this one- lots of chile chopping that leads to great flavor, and a mild heat that tingles your tongue but will burn your fingertips! I made this for my own chile verde cookoff. My DBF chose this one as the winner, and I went with recipe #369095 as my favorite. I mixed the two together and shared it with my colleagues who eagerly ate some for lunch and then brought home little bowls to share with their families. I'm happy they thought it was good enough to share- I hope you enjoy it too! Chile Verde always tastes better the second day! Adapted to include less chicken stock (down form 4 1/2 quarts) From the foodnetwork."
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  1. greg.hix2019
    Great recipe. I roast the chiles first though.
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  2. Edward R.
    How do I reduce the spiciness of my chili verde
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  3. Edward R.
    How do I reduce the spiciness of my chili verde
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  4. seahorsedreams
    I turned this into a vegan meal. Substituted the pork and chicken broth for tofu and veggie broth. It was great.
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  5. khen1007
    Great recipe. I substituted chicken for the pork. I added 4 shredded chicken breast. It should have been 5 or6. I put at least half of the poblano peppers in the blender. The heat of the peppers was medium high. I served with rice and brown beans. It was a great hit.
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