Green chili

Discussion in 'The BOC Diner' started by 223reload, Sep 10, 2007.

  1. 223reload

    223reload New Member

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    2T olive oil
    1/2 pork loin----cut into 1/2 inch cubes,and remove all visible fat
    3 small cloves of garlic ,minced
    1 red onion--- chopped [optional]

    2 T flour
    2 T corn starch
    4 T water

    2 lbs green chilis,roasted ,peeled , seeded ,and chopped
    1-2 T jalapeno pepper,[optional] fresh if possible
    1tcumin
    1/8 t salt
    1/8 twhite pepper
    2 3/4 C chicken broth
    2 large ,fresh tomatoes[pureed or peeled and chopped ] optional

    WARNING DO NOT touch your eyes after handling fresh green chilis. Even after washing your hands the volitile oils can remain on your skin and can cause irritation.


    In a skillet,heat oil over med. high heat.This recipe is low far already ,but you can opt out on the olive oil if you wish for frying the pork.you may also wish to use non fat chicken broth. Brown pork till pink color is gone [about 5 min.]
    Move meat to one side of skillet and add garlic and onion ,as soon as garlic begins to sizzle ,mix the meat togather with the onion and garlic.
    Place into a crockpot on high heat.


    `In a small bowl mix togather the water,flour, and cornstarch. [this is a thickener].You may wish to add another Tablespoon of water and a Tablespoon of cornstarch if you prefer the sauce to be thicker,however wait till cooking a while to see how you like it,you dont want it too thick. add this to the crockpot.

    add chilis,spices,chicken brothto crockpot,bring to a low boil. Reduce heat and add tomatoes,simmer on low heat covered for at least 1 hour.

    makes four servings
     
  2. philly'swife

    philly'swife New Member

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    I love to make chili. Gonna try that recipe. Thank you for posting it. :wink:
     

  3. Texas_Select

    Texas_Select New Member

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    Love those hatch green chilies!!

    Great looking recipe ya got there.. My wife and I use chicken stock in just bout every stew and smothered dish we make.
     
  4. wayne1967

    wayne1967 New Member

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    Thats chili verdez. ummmmmm. Good stuff.
     
  5. iam2hi2flyinky

    iam2hi2flyinky New Member

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    i ate this befor its good not for every1 thou some people cant handle the heat
     
  6. akwolf41

    akwolf41 Master Instigator of the BOC!

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    223reload;

    I appreciate the posting of the recipe. That is right along the lines of what I was lookin for. My mind goes astray every now and then and I had forgotten all of the ingredients. I usually take a recipe and and adjust it to the way I like it as far as heat and some of the spices.

    Eric:
    This recipe that he posted can be very mild for you if you adjust the Hot items. Everyone has a different tastes and likes food Mild, medium, or spicy. My wife Helen cannot tolerate Spicy food of any kind and I can adust this or any recipe to make it suitable for even her.

    Thanks again;

    Gene
     
  7. 223reload

    223reload New Member

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    got a big batch goin right now,I substituted venison for the squeel tho.
     
  8. catfish kenny

    catfish kenny New Member

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    LET ME KNOW WHEN ITS DONE:dribble:I am on my way:big_smile_2:
    by the way Load how many times you forgot the washin hands and fire ?????I cant count the times I have been reminded the hard way:eek:oooh:
     
  9. Netmanjack

    Netmanjack New Member

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    All I can say is that four servings is not enough! Quadruple all of the ingredients.Then double the jalapeƱos! I like to sweet over the bowl to thin it down just a little! lol:crazy::big_smile:
     
  10. 223reload

    223reload New Member

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    It filled up an 8 qt stewpot!! I adjusted a bit :big_smile:and gooddie for me I put just a bit too many ex-tra hot green chili in it ,so my wife said its way too hot for her ,guess my daughter an me will have to suffer through the whole pot!!:smile2::wink:
     
  11. ozzy

    ozzy New Member

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    That is y favorite dish in the world. I make it quite a bit, thanks.
     
  12. catfish kenny

    catfish kenny New Member

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    :dribble:Chiili is best when you have it a second time around after its been in the fridge for a day or so.....:dribble:
     
  13. JERMSQUIRM

    JERMSQUIRM New Member

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    hugh, sounds very intresting. never made this before. something i would love to try.
     
  14. 1sporticus

    1sporticus Active Member

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    I've had green chili before, I just didn't know how to make it. Thanks for the recipe. Later Andy
     
  15. 223reload

    223reload New Member

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    Bumping this up for AMY.
     
  16. Bayoubear

    Bayoubear New Member

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    interesting variation on the recipe you have,
    will have to give it a try sometime.
    we make this every month or so, love it
     
  17. ozzy

    ozzy New Member

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    Gotta love green chili. Its getting that time of year now. :wink:
     
  18. Bayoubear

    Bayoubear New Member

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    ours is more the traditional version,
    brown a couple lbs of cubed pork chunks in a big pot.
    gallon of water
    cup of flour (more if needed, its shouldnt be watery but its not gravy either)
    big double handful of roasted, peeled, chopped green chillies of various types. (hatch, poblano, jalepeno, etc)
    couple chopped onions, chopped head of garlic, cilantro
    a couple cubed potatoes.
    salt/pepper

    simmer for an hour or so.
     
  19. Bill in SC

    Bill in SC New Member

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    Sounds like a great recipe! I will have DW make some and substitute ground beef instead of the squeal!
    Bill in SC
     
  20. kyredneck

    kyredneck New Member

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    I'm glad you did bump it up Richard; I'll try this or a variation of it this Fall/Winter; chili making & eating is one of the pleasures of cold weather as far as I'm concerned.

    I just wish I knew for sure what you're calling a green chili...........