Colorado Green Chili (Chile Verde) Recipe
Tender chunks of pork are stewed together with roasted green chiles in this classic stew.
This Hatch chile verde with pork butt is made with blackened hatch chile peppers and no tomatillos to allow the chiles to shine through.
A hearty recipe for a style of breakfast burrito found in every eatery, taco stand, and gas station around Santa Fe, made with the famous green chiles from Hatch, New Mexico.
Cooked in the Instant Pot®, this Colorado chile verde recipe is flavored with Hatch chiles and can be served with bread, tortillas, rice, or even over a breakfast burrito!
I like to make this chile for my Mexican husband, who also doesn't like tomatoes in his chile. This is a very Mexican chile. If you decide to add beans, do it after the chile is finished.
This Instant Pot® chile verde is loaded with tender chunks of pork shoulder, sauteed tomatillos and jalapenos, and fresh, citrusy cilantro.
Tender of chunks of pork simmered in a spicy tomatillo sauce makes a warming, delicious pork chili verde from Chef John.
I love Chile Verde; but, despaired ever finding the perfect recipe. This is it and soooo easy to make! I didn't have any fresh roasted chilies, so I used canned-5 of the little cans to equal 2 cups or so. I increased the garlic to 6 cloves as suggested. I also used 1 can of diced tomatoes with added chilies. I chopped the onion, 2 of the cans of the chilies, the can of tomatoes with juice and the garlic together in my food processor. I browned the cubed pork in olive oil and seasoned it with salt and pepper. Then, all of it, including 4 cups of chicken broth went into my crock pot. Near the end of cooking, I added the dried oregano and the pinch of cloves. I never would have believed that the clove pinch would make such a difference, but it did. I don't usually add cloves to recipes because I don't care for it; however, in this recipe, it is a must! Just before serving, I made a roux of olive oil and flour to thicken the sauce. We made smothered Chile Verde burritos and it was delicious!
Hey all! So glad you like it. I totally agree, making a roux is a good idea. Or, you could add some diluted corn starch to the end to thicken it - mom does that and I forgot to add that part!