When the weather gets cold it's comforting to prepare warm soups, stews, and chilis. Green chili (Colorado green chili or chile verde as its sometimes called) is a perfect meal when the snow is piling up outside and you want to stay home and snuggle.
The best thing about this green chili recipe is that it's quick and easy to make. Once the aromatic mix of chiles, chicken stock, pork, and spices is bubbling on the stove top you'll be treated to a stomach-enticing scent that will be hard to resist.
This paleo chili recipe is easily modified to your personal taste. You can replace the pork in this recipe with another meat such as diced chicken, turkey or beef.
If you want to make a keto green chili and keep the carb count low, just omit the cassava flour. The chili will be a bit thinner without the cassava as a thickener, but it will definitely taste just as amazing.
Some chili recipes call for fire roasting green chiles before peeling the charred skins, pureeing and cooking them. Peeling roasted chiles is messy work, so this recipe eliminates that step by making use of canned green chiles from the grocery store.
However, if you are a connoisseur of chile then you definitely need to order Hatch green chiles from the Village of Hatch in New Mexico. Hatch-Green-Chile.com sells chiles that can be ordered online and shipped, already fire roasted and peeled.
Makes approximately 8 cups, or 8 servings.
Don't miss out on this savory paleo chili recipe. It will quickly become one of your favorite paleo weeknight meals.