Easy Tomatillo & Pork Green Chili


While in Colorado Springs, Sue had a bowl of green chili at our favorite brewery, and she insisted I try to recreate the dish.  So here is my version of green chili with pork.





1 and 1/2 lb tomatillos.

1 and 1/2 lb pork tenderloin.

2 – 14.5 oz cans of white beans.

32 oz can/box low sodium chicken broth.

2  jalapeños.

1 Anaheim pepper.

1 medium yellow onion – sliced into rings and then halved.

1/2 cup cilantro.

2 cloves garlic.

1 tsp each cumin, chili powder, oregano.

1 Tbsp olive oil.

2 drops liquid smoke.

1/2 cup margarita.

good quality bread for side dipping.


slice jalapeños in half and remove seeds.

remove husks from tomatillos, rinse tomatillos in water, and then slice in half.

rinse Anaheim pepper.

Heat BBQ to medium high, and add tomatillos and jalapeños (skin side down), and the Anaheim pepper. BBQ for about 7 minutes, turning the pepper to char both sides.


To blender add 1/2 the tomatillo, jalapeño, pepper, cilantro, cumin, chili powder, oregano, and pulse a few times to blend. And the other 1/2 and pulse a few more times.

To your Ninja slow cooker (or fry pan) add olive oil and heat to high. Add pork and brown. Next add onions to sauté.

Switch Ninja to slow cooker high (or generic slow cooker) add chicken broth, garlic, tomatillo mixture, cilantro, margarita, and liquid smoke. Cover and slow cook for 4 hours.


At four hours remove pork and with forks shred it. Return pork to slow cooker.


Rinse beans and add them to slow cooker and cover.  Cook until beans are soft (thirty to forty-five minutes).

And there you go, you just made a drop dead delicious green chili with pork.


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