I mentioned a stew dish I made in this post. Well, here it is. It’s my first chili verde and it was delicious! I think the homemade salsa verde really shined through here. I mean, you can use store bought salsa but it’s worth making it from scratch and it took no time to make!
It rendered a lot between the two of us so the second night, we had tacos with it. Unfortunately I didn’t get a chance to photograph it because of the lighting condition so I’ll have to make it again just to show you the tacos we made out of this dish. Happy Sunday everyone!
- olive oil for cooking
- 1 large onion, chopped
- 2 cloves of garlic, finely chopped
- salt and pepper to season
- 4 cups of beer braised pulled pork
- 2 cups of salsa verde
- 2 (15 ounce) cans of white beans, rinsed and drained (I used cannellini beans)
- 1 (32 ounce) can/box of chicken broth
- 1 cup of braising liquid from the beer braised pulled pork (or you can add an additional cup of chicken broth or beer)
- 2 teaspoons of ground cumin
- 1 1/2 teaspoons of chili powder
- 1/2 teaspoon of ground coriander
- scallions, chopped for garnish
- fresh cilantro, chopped for garnish
In a large Dutch oven over medium high heat add olive oil, chopped onions and garlic. Season with salt and pepper and cook until onions are translucent, about 5-7 minutes. Add pulled pork and continue to cook for 5 minutes, and then add salsa verde. Continue to add white beans, chicken broth, braising liquid, ground cumin, chili powder and ground coriander. Continue to stir until the spices are incorporated. Cover the stew pot and bring to a boil. Reduce the heat to medium low and leave the lid ajar. Simmer for 1 hour. Check for seasoning before serving. Ladle chili into a bowl and garnish with scallions and cilantro.
Adapted from Heather Christo
47 thoughts on “Pork Chili Verde”
Chef Anne it looks delicious,I guess with coriander never can make a mistake:)very NICE!!!!
my mouth is salivating!
Looks totally satisfying and delicious!
I’ve been tempted to make my own, so your post definitely has me inspired.
That looks and sounds delicious, I live the vibrant green coming through from your salsa verde.
This looks like a such a soulful, comforting dish! Delicious, Anne.
It looks so good! I love dishes like this
Anne, this looks utterly amazing! What a winderful way to use your homemade salsa verde, I love it ;D
This is so being made! I cannot wait!
This must be delicious with all those homemade components! Hard to believe it is your first chili verde. It looks perfectly delicious, Anne!
I love pork and I love chilies and I love chili. So I love this dish. I just made a dish that’s similar in concept, but quite different in the way I put it together. Love yours – needs to try it. Thanks so much.
The beer braised pulled pork sounds incredibly good! I can only imagine the flavors going on in this paired with the salsa verde you made! I’m having a drool fest over here.
Anne, your chili looks out-of-this-world delish! Love that you made tacos with the leftovers! Thanks for sharing!
‘Tis the season to make chili! And did you ever make a good one, Anne. This sounds fantastic but so does your beer braised pulled pork. I’d have a devil of a time trying to decide whether to make more sandwiches or this pork chili verde. It’s Sophie’s choice! 🙂
This looks scrumptious, Anne! I love almost anything with verde in the name. I would love to have this soup for dinner! Pinned 🙂
I am going to have to try and make pulled pork sometime soon!
This chili looks amazing Anne! So comforting and warming at the same time. I love the sound of all the herbs with beer braised pulled pork. I’m drooling and could go for a big bowl of this 🙂 Pinned 🙂
it looks delicious, and I love all the coriander!
Simply wow dish,
i thing i’ll made this kind of stef for my left over roasted chicken breast….
This is right up my alley! Looks delicious, Anne!
I LOVE salsa verde! It’s my favorite! Wonderful looking dish!
I could eat a big bowl full of this… it looks wonderful and so flavorful!
Comfort in a bowl! I need to make this- salsa verde is my favorite!
Mmm, this looks great. I love broth-based soups that are chock full of stuff. That spoonful in your last pic looks so so yummy 🙂
This looks so comforting and divine!! I need a huge pot to gobble after a long and terrible flight this morning 😦
This looks awesome and perfect for fall! I love it!
OMG, that looks sooo…good!! Must. Try. Soon!
Looks absolutely delicious!
Whoa, this chili looks delicious! My husband would absolutely love this – it combines some of his favorite things! Happy Monday Anne!
This looks so delicious! Never had chili verde stew before. Thanks for sharing!
Great little recipe and your photos just make me want this chill I have never enjoyed before. Looks great and I am sure it tastes even better. Take Care, BAM
This looks wonderful! Every recipe of yours that I have prepared has been stellar. Can hardly wait to make this!
Oh Anne! This is a must try for me! Yummy!
Looks fabulous Anne. Another great recipe 🙂
gorgeous photos as always.. makes me hungry
I loved having these in tacos, I’m a HUGE taco fan. There’s a lot of sauce so you kind of have to squeeze most of the liquid out as you pile the good stuff in the tortilla. Or, you can just go for it, messy hands be damned!
Mmmm, I could use a bowl of this right now to warm me up!! It looks totally delish!!
Looks wonderful. I’ll be making this soon. Sounds too good to pass up. I’m headed over to see the salsa verde recipe too. Thank you.
This looks really wonderful – it’s my favorite kind of soup/chili. I love all the Mexican spices.
What a gorgeous soup Anne! I need to branch out from my typical tomato-based Mexican soup and give this salsa verde version a try!
Looks incredible! The tacos sound like a great way to use the leftovers. I hate it when I have a good meal but the light is terrible. Or when my family is too hungry for pictures, which I think would happen if I made this 🙂
Anne, I am in love with your Chili Verde! I can smell the cilantro as it warms in the bowl, mmm! I have a hard time getting good shots of soups and stews, but your photography is beautiful.
Oh Anne, this looks scrumptious! Yum! Thanks so much for sharing at Saturday Night Fever! Pinning now! See you again this Saturday!
Thanks for having me Jen and so kind of you to stop by and comment! 🙂
Love how cozy and comforting this looks! I’m all about chili during these months!
Thanks so much Chung-Ah!