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Here is a great addition to any Mexican dish. It's from my brother (RIP), a fireman from Albuquerque who did most of the cooking at the station. I really like it, and it's always been a hit at the Lodge.



“Green Chile Stew (Pork)”

One small (2 lb) pork roast, cut into 1/2 inch cubes

One can of diced tomatoes

One medium yellow onion, chopped

Potatoes, 2 or 3 medium, cubed

Green Chile, (to taste, depending on how hot they are. I will use the Hatch chilies when I have them; I buy them fresh, roast them and then freeze them. Otherwise, a couple small cans of diced green chilies will work).

One clove of garlic, chopped.

Salt and pepper to taste

Put potatoes on to boil with enough water to cover; and begin browning pork in skillet with salt,

pepper, garlic and salt.

When meat is done to a golden brown, put all ingredients into the same pot with the potatoes; simmer

until the potatoes are done.
 

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Thanks for sharing nice recipes. I like cooking and actually want to cook green chile stew. Btw, few weeks ago I was repaired some kitchen stuff and installed new kitchen faucet which I followed in one article https://cozyhousetoday.com/best-pullout-kitchen-faucet-reviews/ kitchen faucet is designed to help you get water into the sink without making a massive mess everywhere.
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Spent some time our there working on there fire trucks. went to the casino a time or two.....good green chile stew.
 
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