|Chile Pepper Fever|
|by Susan Hazen-Hamm|
Highly recommended. Chile Pepper magazine. "From chili cook-offs to a little chile art appreciation, this satisfying book covers a lot of territory".
Tip: Try butt chile for more results.
1 - 10 of 10 for pork butt chile
Combine spices and ... Rub spices on pork roast generously. Set ... circles of onions which have been browned in butter and a side dish of extra sauce.
Combine these ingredients ... lid. Cover the chiles with boiling water ... They can also be heated in the microwave oven. The best result is to resteam.
Cut away as ... possible from the pork and cut into ... pepper during last 1/2 hour. Cool and degrease stew. Serve rolled inside flour tortillas. Serves 6.
Drain pineapple, reserving ... tomato paste, green chiles, 2 cloves ... very hot. Brown pork on all sides ... meant to warm a Southern boy's heart and soul!
Heat oil in ... with drippings. Shake pork in paper bag ... chili powder, green chiles and chicken broth. ... Serve with warmed flour tortillas. Serves 6.
In a 5 to 6 quart pan, combine pork, onion, garlic, ... Drape with foil and let cool. Pull off and discard skins, stems and seeds; rinse chilies and chop.
Cube pork roast in 1/2-inch ... Pour into floured tortilla and roll to make a chile verde burrito. If deep fried at this point, this becomes a chimichanga.
Cut pork butt into cubes. Roll ... you want. Add salt to taste. Simmer at least 1 hour or more. Add more water if sauce is too thick. Serve over burritos.
Brown pork in oil, doing ... If the stew is not hot enough for you, add a bit of LaVictoria salsa jalapeno. This is wonderful, but be careful, it's hot.
Directions for pork: Cut pork butt into large chunks. ... day directions for chile and pork: 1. ... warm approximately 1/2 hour before serving at pot luck.
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