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Last Updated on January 13, 2021
Slow Cooker Chili Verde that is so simple! Made with less than 10 ingredients, and spices like cumin and oregano, it’s the perfect easy dinner to throw in your crockpot.
One of the hardest things for me to remember is that I have limitations. I started the 30 Day Body Weight Challenge and it kicked my butt after only one workout.
It made me feel so drained and I was run down for three days. This helped me realize that I can not do workouts like this because they hurt more than help in my journey.
I WANT to be the chick who can do crossfit and do 7 minutes of burpees but I’m not.
I want to be buff like a cheetah but let’s face it, there is no way on earth I’m going to dedicate the time and focus that it takes for me to look like a fitness model.
I’m not going to say “No” more times than “Yes” when it comes to treats. This does not not mean that I don’t want to be healthy and strong. This just means that I refuse to spend any more time focusing on things that don’t fit my lifestyle.
This chili verde recipe is a start to this intention.
It’s also simple and Whole 30 compliant. I kept away from tomatillos because honestly, they are too sour for my tastes. This is rich, warm and delicious and I hope you enjoy it.
What is chili verde?
Chili Verde is delicious! It’s a delicious Mexican recipe that is made using tender pork and other Mexican spices and ingredients.
What you’ll need for this Chili Verde recipe
The short list of ingredients is below. (and there is a reason why this recipe says 5 stars!) It’s really good and you’re going to love the flavors that the jalapeno peppers and cilantro bring to the dish. If you’re looking for an authentic Mexican recipe, you’re not going to want to miss one of my favorite family recipes.
- Beef broth
- Dried cilantro
- Sea salt
- Black pepper
- Olive oil
- Anaheim chilies
- Pork tenderloin
How to Make This Slow Cooker Chili Verde Recipe:
Add the broth, olive oil and spiced to the slow cooker and mix.
Then add all the rest of the ingredients and set your slow cooker on high and cook for 6 hours.
What can I do with leftover chile verde?
So many things But my favorite way to eat leftovers of this recipe after I make chile verde is to treat it like it’s a topping or addition to other fun slow cooked recipes.
You can drizzle this on top of rice for more flavor or even put it in a bowl and just top it with some sour cream. I’ve even had this put into a tortilla and eat it like a taco as well. If you’re ready to make this recipe, you’re not going to be sorry!
What are some other ingredients that you can add to this chile verde recipe to bring out even more Mexican flavor and taste?
This is where this simple chili verde recipe can get really interesting. Even though this recipe is already loaded down with taste, you can easily add in more ingredients to change the flavor just a tad bit.
Some other ingredients that you can add are green chiles, chicken broth, chili peppers, tomatillos, poblano chiles, garlic cloves, Mexican oregano, and more!
What toppings can you put on this chile verde recipe?
Did I mention that I’m a huge fan of toppings? There are so many recipes that can get so much more taste by adding on toppings! Salt and pepper are always a good idea but don’t forget that chopped cilantro, chopped jalapeno peppers, and onions and garlic can really add a fun flavor to the taste of this recipe.
I’ve tried this recipe about a million times and I love to change up the flavor every time by changing up the addition of Mexican spices.
How do you thicken chili verde?
If you want to thicken up your chili verde recipe, just add a small bit of cornstarch and stir. You’ll be able to open the lid on the crock pot and add it in without issues.
Are tomatillos spicy?
They’re not but so many people think that they are. And since I’m not a fan of them, I just don’t worry about them and don’t add them to the recipe. I don’t like the seeds in the recipe or the texture it brings.
But if you still want that flavor, you can easily make tomatillo sauce and have that to mix in later or use for other recipes.
How To Store Leftover Chili Verde
If you’re lucky enough to have some of this pork recipe leftover, you have a couple of ways to store it. You can place all verde pork into a container with a lid and keep it secured in your fridge.
If you think that you won’t be eating this chile verdi recipe in a couple of days, you’re going to want to transfer it to the freezer. This will freeze the chili verde until you’re ready to eat and then all you have to do is thaw, reheat, and enjoy.
I told you that this chili verde recipe was simple! This is one of the best recipes out there that stays true to Mexican flavor and taste. I know that when I tell the family that I’m making this delicious dish, they all make certain that they’re home and ready to eat.
It really is one of my favorite chili recipes to make! Don’t forget to chop up the cilantro and extra jalapeno peppers so that your toppings are ready to add once this simple slow cooker recipe is done!
If you like this Slow Cooker Chili Verde recipe, you’ll love:
Whole30 and Low Carb, this Crockpot Chili Verde is an authentic Mexican recipe.
- Add the broth, olive oil and spiced to the slow cooker and mix.
- Then add all the rest of the ingredients and set you slow cooker on high and cook for 6 hours.
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 217Total Fat: 10gSaturated Fat: 2gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 8gCholesterol: 62mgSodium: 858mgCarbohydrates: 6gFiber: 1gSugar: 3gProtein: 24g