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Tonybel 05-09-2013 06:26 PM

Chile verde...not Q but very good.
 
Hello BBQ and Grilling friends!!!!!
Today I did one of my favorite dishes trocitos de puerco en chile verde (pork meat in hot green sauce).

Start with a pot of pork boneless meat and boil with 1 tbs of onion powder and garlic powder. 1/4 onion and pinch of salt. It took about 1 hour to get to my desired tenderness.

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While the pork is getting happy get 10 jalapenos, 4 tomatillos, 4 garlic cloves on the grill and get a nice char on them.

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Get the chiles and other goodies and put them in the blender with a 1/4 onion and 1 tbs of salt. puree the stuff and add to the pot with 1/4 onion and bring to a boil.

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then add your pork and bring to a boil again...let it simmer for 20 minutes and its ready to eat.

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made some beans on the CI...added a 1/4 onion, jalapeno, and 1 tomatoe cook a little with a bit of oil..

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add your beans and bring to a boil..

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then smash them and bring to a boil again and remove.


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Here it is plated and ready to eat. Thanks for looking and enjoy the rest of your week.
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cameraman 05-09-2013 06:30 PM

The only problem I see with that is that it's a few thousand miles away. Nice job.

fingerlickin' 05-09-2013 06:38 PM

Q or not, I'd hit that for sure. Thanks for the recipe. :thumb:

Timmy Mac 05-09-2013 06:48 PM

Wow very nice:clap: might have to try that thanks!

BBQinMI 05-09-2013 08:51 PM

Chili Verde is excellent with smoked pork. It is one of our favorite meals

Whistler 05-09-2013 10:11 PM

Everything up here is smothered in chile verde and it is flat nasty but this looks really tasty! I'll have to give it a try!

OS 05-10-2013 12:06 AM

I would take 1 or 5 plates of that. Very nice!

code3rrt 05-10-2013 07:50 AM

That looks crazy good from here!

KC

Wampus 05-10-2013 07:53 AM

I LOVE chile verde. LOVE IT.

It's my favorite thing to order at the couple of really good Authentic Mexican restaurants we frequent.

Never tried it at home yet. YET. Not sure if the rest of the family would enjoy it as much as I do.


Thanks for posting this!
Great job!!! :clap:

fantomlord 05-10-2013 10:36 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by BBQinMI (Post 2476171)
Chili Verde is excellent with smoked pork. It is one of our favorite meals

^that. try it...you'll probably never boil your pork again :wink:

nice looking chili verde regardless!

CharredApron 05-10-2013 10:39 AM

One of my all time favorites and you knocked that one out of the park!

el_matt 05-10-2013 12:11 PM

The wife made chicken chile verde last night. She cheated and just Herdez green sauce. It's a decent sauce, but I think I'll have to try your recipe, That looks amazing.

Matt

TheKomoman 05-10-2013 03:17 PM

Great lookin' chili.. I've been chompin at the bit to make chili verde but the stars haven't aligned. One question.. did you skin the tomatillos and peppers before you blended them or were they char & all?

Tonybel 05-10-2013 07:05 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by fantomlord (Post 2476657)
^that. try it...you'll probably never boil your pork again :wink:

nice looking chili verde regardless!

I usually use the pork trimming from smoked spare ribs. Taste way better but this is a good option also. :)

Tonybel 05-10-2013 07:07 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by TheKomoman (Post 2476963)
Great lookin' chili.. I've been chompin at the bit to make chili verde but the stars haven't aligned. One question.. did you skin the tomatillos and peppers before you blended them or were they char & all?

Take the skin off the tomatillos.


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