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Green Chili Recipe

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Arliss Splaine
Added: Saturday, July 28, 2007


2 lbs pork (can be left overs or fresh-if fresh fry until brown-cut up into bite size pieces)
2 large onions diced
10 cloves of garlic-minced
1 large can green chilis-diced
3 fresh jalapeņos - to taste
2 cans of chicken broth or bouillon

Fry pork in soup pan, add onion & garlic.
Add green chilis, jalapeņos & water - enough to cover ingredients.
Add chicken broth.
Add cumin, garlic powder, salt & pepper to taste.
Simmer for a few hours.
Thicken by making a flour and water rue. I like it to be a thin gravy thickness.

Serve with tortillas, onion and cheese.

Extra chili??

Huevos Rancheros:
Place one large tortilla on a plate. Place 3 fried eggs on top of the tortilla. Cover the eggs and tortilla with the leftover green chili, onion and cheese.




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