Note: I hate to assume everyone has an Instant Pot and would not want to exclude anyone from this recipe if they did not have one! So I’ve included both cooking methods for this Green Enchilada Pork Chili below.
However, I am now going to address those of you who have an IP. Or another brand of Pressure Cooker.
If you haven’t made pork with your Instant Pot, this is the recipe to try. It can be tricky to keep pork from drying out but with the right amount of liquid with the pressure cooker and your pork will be flavorful and moist!
I really love the green salsa in this recipe. You can find this in the Mexican food aisle for very little cost. All the ingredients in this recipe are affordable and it makes a large quantity. If you don’t need a large quantity, divide the chili into several smaller containers and freeze for another cold night this winter!
Looking for other chili recipes? Here a few other FoodCoach.Me recipes:
Heat a large stockpot to medium high heat. Add dressing, onions and minced garlic. Cook 2 minutes.
Add pork and cook 6-8 minutes. Divide pinto beans in half. Use the back of a fork to mash half the beans and add to meat mixture.
Add the rest of the beans, green salsa and broth. Sprinkle in cilantro and stir. Heat on medium heat for 10 minutes. Stir occasionally. Use a slotted spoon to serve.
Turn on cooker's saute function. When cooker indicates it is on, add dressing, onion and minced garlic.
Turn off cooker. Divide beans in half and mash half. Add whole beans and mashed beans, pork tenderloin, green salsa and broth. Stir to combine. Place cooker lid on and close the venting valve. Set to high pressure for 10 minutes.
When cooker indicates cook time is up, allow to naturally release for 10 minutes. Then manually release the rest. Open lid slowly with face away from the pot.
Remove pork from the cooker and shred. Return to cooker and stir. Use a slotted spoon to serve.
This recipe makes 6 servings. Each serving provides an estimated 27 grams protein, 19 grams carbohydrate and 4 grams fat.
Note: Cut beans in half or omit completely to reduce carbohydrate content further