Servings: 6 to 8
In this classic preparation the robust flavors of Anaheim chiles are mellowed by the richness of the pork, creamy potatoes, and sweet corn. Charring the tortillas adds a bit of smoke.
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In Southern Colorado we made this without adding potatoes or corn, but it's a nice addition, especially for those who prefer a milder version. We used Hatch or Pueblo green chillies. Anaheim or Poblano are great, too. Not sure why some reviewers think it's complicated. The most time-intensive step is roasting and peeling the chilies, but so worth it. If you haven't walked by a stand where they're roasting green chillies, you are really missing something!
Pork & green chile stew is a simple, delicious, one pot meal, and about as easy as it gets. This recipe, the way it is written, is unnecessarily complicated. Perhaps a re-write is in order?
When co we combine the pork with the chili ?
just can't figure out when to combine the pork mixture and the chile/potatoe/onion /corn mixture. the recipe doesn't say.
(also what do you do with the tortillas?)
So, I just put them together at the very end. Delicious!!
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