Pork Chili Stew

  • beckys1 Posted: 11/12/08
    Worthy of a Special Occasion

    Very tasty and simple recipe. A real pleaser for the whole family. I served it over rice...very good.

  • KellyfromTifton Posted: 01/21/09
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    We served this chili on Christmas eve to the neighbors and everyone asked for the recipe. It's different and rich and very satisfying. Only change I made was to use pork tenderlion diced small and then supplement with a large can of chicken breast from Sam's Club. We bought the tenderloin from Publix while on sale and we like to use the chicken breast when we can in soups/stews for a healthier meal. The combination was amazing. Will make again and again. Even my 5 and 3 year old boys inhaled it (with a little less pepper).

  • beckhark Posted: 12/28/08
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    This is a nice change of pace recipe. We enjoyed it alot. It was especially godd with the green chili corn muffins that Paula Deen makes.

  • mkumpe Posted: 03/09/11
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    This is a fantastic recipe! Easy to make and is even better the second day. Freezes very well too!

  • abbyhavermann Posted: 11/16/09
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    I was having two dinner parties in one weekend and wanted to make something I could have on both nights, but also a little more interesting then your basic stew or chili. This got rave reviews from adults and children (for the slightly pickier kids, I reserved a few of the chicken pieces and corn and just gave them that on a plate). I used chicken instead of pork and only had regular canned tomatoes so I added green chilis. I used half the amount of beans and I omitted the onion and garlic (just preference) and it didn't suffer in flavor one bit. Served it with corn muffins one night and bread the other and a big salad and voila!

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