Skips Green Chili Stew

"I formed this recipe, Based on a green chili stew that a local restaurant makes. They wouldn't give me their recipe. However, based on my memory this comes real close. This is a real crowd pleaser."
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  • Sauté garlic and onions in oil till tender.
  • Add broth, water and pork bring to a low boil for 15 minute.
  • Skim of any fat or scum that forms.
  • Boil or steam potatoes in a separate pot or steamer, 15 minutes.
  • Add chilies, tomatoes, potatoes, and spices.
  • Cover and reduce to a simmer, for 10 to 15 minutes, or till potatoes are tender.
  • Serve with warmed tortillas, (corn or flour) or corn bread.
  • HINT: You can use fresh peppers.

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  1. Great recipe, which I made even easier by using my slow cooker. I sauted the garlic, onions and the pork using the crock of my slow cooker on the stove top. Then I added all the remaining ingredients and put the crock back into the slow cooker and set it on low. When I got home from work, 4 hours later, it was done. We loved the taste of this stew. Perfectly seasoned. I served it with a dollop of sour cream on top and tortilla chips on the side.
  2. This was really good. I used leftover pork loin.
  3. Wonderful taste - loved it! I was looking for a recipe to use up some leftover pepper pork roast and this was great! Just put it on the stove and let it slow cook until we were ready to eat -and eat it we did!
  4. This Recipe Is Great I made One Addition It was One can Of Hot And Spicy Rotel Totatoes.
  5. Very good! I make a pork/green chili stew myselfg but it's more time-consuming, so this caught my eye. I used the same ingredients except I added a can of hominy and increased the amont of spices. I also but it together differently. I sauted the onions and garlic - removed them added the pork and about a third of a cup of flour mixed with garlic and onion powders. I then added everything else,did not precook the potatoes, and simmered it for about an hour and 1/2. Really good stuff! And we'll have it again.


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