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Pulled Pork Chili - With Qview (of course)

downstatesmoker

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A couple of weeks ago I posted up my most recent Pulled Pork. Came out pretty good (and was fast too). You can check it out here.

Out of 2 pork butts we had about 2 pounds of PP left. Not bad considering there were only about 12 people at the party.

I froze the leftovers and decided to make Pulled Pork Chili.

Here's how it went:

1 Onion Diced

2 Cloves Garlic Diced

Roughly 2# Pulled Pork

4-5 Tomatoes (fresh, vine ripened, seeded and diced)

1 Can Tomato Paste

1/4 Cup Paprika

1 tsp Black Pepper

2 Tbsp Salt

2 tsp Cayenne

2 tsp Dried Oregano

1 C Beef Consumme

1 Cinnamon Stick

A little Olive Oil



You'll notice I kept the spices on the lighter side. That's because I felt the PP had a lot of the flavors traditionally used in chili so we didn't need to overpower the main ingredient.

Add Olive Oil to the pot over medium heat and sautee onion and garlic.



After the onion softens up and starts to become translucent add all of the rest of the ingredients.



Put heat down to low and simmer for 2 hours.

Remove cinnamon stick and serve



Hope you enjoyed!
 

bpopovitz

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Outstanding.  I'm going to have to try this.  I love the cinnamon stick in the chilli.  I usually just use ground cinnamon.  Gives a great flavor that most people don't use.
 

raptor700

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Very nice, I'm one of those who don't do cinnamon, but I could definetly go for some of that! Great Job
 

downstatesmoker

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Yeah, it's getting cold out. Definitely Chili time. Love Cinnamon in Chili. Started using that about 2 years ago and now use it all the time.
 

jpdeuce

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Looks great.  I have a 6 lb pork butt in the freezer right now and am going to try this recipe.  How much did the above recipe make?  I'm looking to make enough to fill one of those big oval crock pots.

Thanks

JP
 

realtorterry

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Nice! Never thought of cinnamon? Goin to making some chili with some chipotle/paprika seasoning &
Gonna add that:)
 

Bearcarver

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Hey Downstate!

Long time no see.

I missed your PP post until now.

All looks great!

Glad you're still at it!

Thanks for the view,

Bear
 

rp ribking

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Pulled pork in chili, sounds awesome
 . I have also heard of people putting pulled pork in spaghetti.  
 

downstatesmoker

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Looks great.  I have a 6 lb pork butt in the freezer right now and am going to try this recipe.  How much did the above recipe make?  I'm looking to make enough to fill one of those big oval crock pots.

Thanks

JP
Hi Deuce,

Sorry I haven't gotten back to you sooner.

Usually a 6 # pork butt will yield approximately 4 # of meat after trimming and cooking.

The recipe I put on here used about 2 # of meat. It yielded at least 6-8 servings. If you are serving at a party you could probably stretch that to 10 servings depending on the # of side dishes you are serving with it.

-Chris
 

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