Here are Three Chile Verde Recipes Your Family Will Love, and even one Chile Verde made with chicken instead of pork. Give Chile Verde a try for a family-friendly dinner!
It’s Labor Day in the U.S. but we’re also right smack in the middle of Hatch Chile Season, which always makes me think of making Chile Verde! There’s something about the deep, rich flavor of Chile Verde that makes it a favorite and it’s always one of my top choices at any Mexican Restaurant.
And Chile Verde is a delicious option for a Taco Tuesday dinner tomorrow even if you don’t have authentic Hatch Chiles to make it, so today I’m reminding you about these Three Chile Verde Recipes Your Family Will Love. There are options for the slow cooker or the pressure cooker so you can choose the method of cooking you prefer.
Pork or chicken, green chiles, onion, tomatillos, garlic, and a few Mexican spices all fuse together in a rich, delectable sauce that simmers all day in the slow cooker. Of course, if you choose the Instant Pot it will tastes like it simmered all day but will cook in less than an hour. If you have leftover Chile Verde it can be frozen and pulled out later for another meal. So choose your recipe and your cooking method and give one of these Chile Verde recipes a try!
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This Slow Cooker Chile Verde (Mexican Stewed Pork) from Mel’s Kitchen Cafe is so good that Mel says “. . . after eating it, I went into mourning realizing how many years I’ve lived my life without it.” Luckily YOU don’t have to live another day without this amazing Slow Cooker Chile Verde! And if you serve this with low-carb tortillas or on salad, it can be a great low-carb meal.
This 4-Ingredient Instant Pot Chicken Chile Verde from Two Peas and Their Pod cooks in 25 minutes in the Instant Pot! It doesn’t get much easier than that; in fact, this just might become a family favorite! This Chicken Chile Verde is great with rice, quinoa, or tortillas and could easily be low-carb if served with low-carb tortillas or in lettuce wraps.
Slow Cooker Hatch Green Chile Verde from Foodiecrush uses roasted Hatch green chiles, tomatillos, onion, garlic, and a few seasonings with a pork sirloin roast to create this delicious looking Green Chile Verde. Heidi says if you don’t have fresh Hatch chiles you can roast a couple of jalepenos with the tomatillos in place of the chiles, and if you want more heat, just add more chiles.
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