Spicy Pork & Green Chili Verde
Total TimePrep: 40 min. + standing Cook: 25 min.
My husband flipped over it and coming from E.LA he is very picky about his Chile Verde! We both thought including the red bell peppers was very different from the chile verde we are used to. He loved the taste but I must admit I didn't like the red bell peppers. But they do give it color and a sweeter taste. My husband has requested it again! So I am happy!
I made it exactly as it was written. Came out awesome! It does not yeild a huge batch but it was perfect for my husband and I to have two big bowls each. If I ever make it without adding a dollop of sour cream, I would reduc 8 e the Chili Powder by 1/2tbsp only because chili powder has a rough taste in large amounts. I would add 1/4 tsp of cayenne in it's place to round out the spice and add in some frozen corn for a burst of sweetness. But with sour cream, this recipe is perfect as it is!
Lots of flavor in this hearty dish!
I just LOVE this recipe. It does take more time than many in rotation, but the flavor is outstanding.
I'm so grateful for this delicious recipe. I can't wait to make it again. It had the perfect heat, and incredible flavor from the spices. After browning the meat and cooking the veggies, I dumped everything into my slow cooker and cooked on high for 2 hours until the meat was tender. I'll definitely double the recipe in the future. YUM!!!
This was a pretty good chili in a pinch. Will keep it in the file.
It's a really good tasting chili. I wish it made more. I may need to double next time so I have leftovers. The pain point was peeling the peppers after roasting, but otherwise easy to bring together. My husband and I both thought it was only a touch spicy but our teenager, who is more sensitive to spice, thought it was too spicy.