Mallory’s Green Chili

So if you cant tell I love Mexican food! And green chili is good on all of it. It is also good for a cold day like we had today in Colorado! All that snow that’s so cold means that we deserve some HOT deliciousness for our mouths! ha ha. Here is my pork green chili recipe. You can do it without the meat to, to make it vegetarian.

Here’s what you’ll need…
1-1/2 pound of pork- cut into cubes
1-small onion
2- cans of rotel tomatoes with green chilies
1- 32 oz package of frozen green chili- or 6-8 cans of green chilies
6- cups of water
2-3- tbs spoon of garlic salt
1- tbs of salt
2-tbs of pepper
1/2-1 jalapeno -(depending on how hot you like it)
3-5 tbs of flour- (this helps thicken)

First you will need to chop up the onions, jalapeno, and pork. Put the onion and jalapeno with 1-2 tbs of water in the pan. Cook on medium heat till onions are browned

Now add the pork, salt, pepper, garlic salt and cook till browned. Add a tablespoon of flour and mix in to coat the juices of the meat and onions. Then add 2 cups of water.

Add your two cans of tomatoes and stir. and another 2 cups of water.

Last you will add the green chilies with another 2 cups of water but in the water add another 3 tbs of flower and mix together before adding to the pot. This will help thicken the chili. you can always add more flour to make thicker.

 Then cook for about 30 minutes and serve over burritos, with tortillas or add cheese to make a queso.


Comments: 2

  1. Steph September 6, 2014 at 5:59 pm Reply

    Did I read this right….2 tbs of pepper? I followed this recipe and it is really peppery!

  2. Neen Shocks January 24, 2016 at 9:13 am Reply

    Thank you for the amazing recipe! I’m from Colorado and since moving away I have been searching for a green chili recipe that reminded me of home. This was delicious, my family loved it so much that we did not even have leftovers. I’m done searching, this recipe will be the only one I ever need when I want a taste of home!

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