If you love chili but are ready to branch out from a traditional beef chili recipe, we think you'll love the flavor profile of this chili Verde. In this recipe, boneless pork pieces replace the usual ground beef and tomatillos are used instead of tomatoes to create a Mexican flavor. If you can't find fresh tomatillos, you can look for canned on the Latin aisle at the grocery store. Since this recipe will cook in your slow cooker after you brown the pork, you can prepare the Chipotle Cream topping while it cooks. In addition to the Chipotle Cream, we recommend garnishing your Pork Chili Verde with corn chips, lime wedges, and fresh cilantro.
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