Dean Jones

July 24, 2006

Post #2018 – 20060724


Look,I have this recipie for Green Death Chili.

Green Death Chili served at the Bermuda Triangle Chili Parlor.


2 teaspoons olive oil

1/2 pound pork loin — cut into 1/2-inch chunks and remove all visible fat

3 small garlic cloves — finely minced

1 large yellow onion — finely chopped

2 tablespoons masa flour

2 tablespoons cornstarch

4 tablespoons water

3 anahiem or pablano chiles — roasted, peeled, seeded, and finely chopped (wear gloves.)

1-2 chopped jalapeno pepper — optional and preferably fresh

1 Bell Pepper Chopped Fine

1 sprig parsley chopped

1 teaspoon ground cumin

2 bay leafs.

1 teaspoon salt

1/2 teaspoon white pepper

1 can chicken broth

4-5 fresh tomatillos — pureed (remove husks,you can also use green or Yellow Tomatoes.)

A completely traditional Mexican Chile Verde is a green chile stew without any tomatoes at all;

WARNING: Do NOT touch your eyes after handling chiles, even after washing your hands very well,

you can get really bad burns on your hands if you don’t.

In skillet, heat olive oil over medium-high heat. Saute pork until all pink is gone (about 5 minutes). Move meat aside and add garlic and onion. As soon as garlic sizzles, stir together with pork. Put into crockpot on high.

In a small bowl, make thickener by adding water to flour and cornstarch. (Add another tablespoon of cornstarch and a tablespoon of water if you prefer a thicker sauce, but wait until later in the cooking to decide if the texture is what you want, or you may accidentally make it too thick.) Add mixture to crockpot.

Add chiles,peppers,parsley,bay leaf, spices, chicken broth to crockpot. Bring to a low boil, then reduce heat and add tomatillos. Simmer in crockpot preferably all day).

Serve with Jack Cheese,Queso Fresco,Chopped Onion,Corn Chips,Crackers,olives,lettuce,tortillas’,tortilla chips,sour cream..whatever you want.


You can do this with Turkey too-everything else stays the same,even leftover turkey,but cook in less time.

I have a recipie for Blueberry muffins that is the best in the world,sadly it’s not mine,it’s Molly Katzen’s from her book “Sunlight Cafe”

now that’s a keeper!!!

Daniel replies:

It _is_ almost exactly like Green Death chili, only it doesn't have rasins, ovaltine, matzoh meal and sardines.