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Mike's Pork Chili Verde Burritos.

Mike's Pork Chili Verde Burritos You can cook Mike's Pork Chili Verde Burritos using 35 ingredients and 20 steps. Here is how you cook it.

Ingredients of Mike's Pork Chili Verde Burritos

  1. It’s of ● For The Meat.
  2. You need of Pork Shoulder [1"x1" cubes].
  3. You need of ● For The Pork Marinade.
  4. Prepare of Ground Cumin.
  5. You need of Mexican Oregano.
  6. You need of Dried Hatch Green Chili.
  7. You need of Fresh Ground Black Pepper.
  8. It’s of Granulated Garlic Powder.
  9. You need of Granulated Onion Powder.
  10. Prepare of Tecate Mexican Lager [+ reserves].
  11. You need of Sea Salt [or to taste].
  12. Prepare of Sized Ziplock Bag.
  13. You need of ● For The Fresh & Canned Vegetables.
  14. You need of Can Tomatillos [hand crushed].
  15. It’s of LG Potatoes [1"x1" cubes].
  16. You need of LG Onions [chopped].
  17. Prepare of Cilantro [chopped + reserves].
  18. Prepare of LG Stalks Celery [chopped with leaves].
  19. It’s of Green Bell Pepper [de-seeded – chopped].
  20. You need of Cans ROTELL.
  21. It’s of LG Jalapenos [de-seeded – chopped].
  22. Prepare of Bucket Hatch Green Chilies [or fresh].
  23. Prepare of ● For The Fluids.
  24. Prepare of Box Beef Broth.
  25. It’s of Mexican Lager Beer [tecante].
  26. You need of ● For The Sides.
  27. Prepare of Warm Flour Tortillas.
  28. Prepare of Mexican 3 Cheese.
  29. Prepare of Sour Cream.
  30. You need of Shredded Cabbage.
  31. It’s of Shredded Lettuce.
  32. It’s of Chopped Tomatoes.
  33. You need of Chopped Onions.
  34. You need of Lime Wedges.
  35. Prepare of Green Salsa.

Mike's Pork Chili Verde Burritos instructions

  1. 5 pound pork shoulder roast pictured..
  2. Pork shoulder cubed into 1"x1" pieces pictured..
  3. One of the best Mexican beers to pair with pork pictured above..
  4. Add pork cubes and all marinade seasonings to a large Ziploc bag and massage well. Refrigerate for 5 to 6 hours..
  5. Chop potatoes into 1"x1" pieces. Cover with cold water until ready to fry with pork..
  6. Chop onions and cover with cold water until ready to fry with pork..
  7. Canned tomatoes pictured..
  8. Chop and mix everything in your vegetable section together..
  9. Add marinated pork, a slight amount of oil and 1/4 cup flour to a skillet. Fry until there's a good sear on your pork. About 5 minutes on high..
  10. Add 2 bottles beer and allow pork to simmer covered for 1 hour. Add additional beer if needed. Stir regularly..
  11. Add drained onions and your vegetable mixture to your skillet. Add 2 cups beef broth and allow to simmer for 25 minutes longer. Stir regularly..
  12. Add potatoes [and additional broth or beer if needed] and simmer until potatoes are soft but still fully in tact. About 15 minutes..
  13. Add your bucket of Hatch Green Chilies to skillet half way thru your potato boil..
  14. Or, peel, de-seed and chop your fresh Hatch Chilies and add to your skillet..
  15. Instead of using broth and frozen chilies – I like to purchase my chilies fresh. I peel and de-seed them in warm bath then, fine strain and reserve all fluid. I'll use this fluid as opposed to beef broth..
  16. Drained green chili fluid pictured. It does make for a rich delicious broth!.
  17. Fresh Cilantro pictured..
  18. Add your fresh cilantro 5 minutes prior to serving. Mix well. I'll also add additional cumin and green chili powder in the last 5 minutes to steep. Make sure you've simmered off any fluids in this dish. You'll want it thick! ;0).
  19. Serve with fresh, warm flour tortillas, fresh chilled chopped onions, tomatoes, cilantro, shredded lettuce, cabbage, limes, cheese and sour cream to the side..
  20. Or, go old school and serve this dish only with warm tortillas. Either way, enjoy your authentic, extra spicy taste of New Mexico!.
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