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This pork green chili stew is super easy to make and is so satisfying. I started out with a pork roast that I trimmed and cubed. I seasoned it very well and browned it on the saute setting of the pressure cooker. Added some salsa verde, canned, diced tomatoes and some sliced onions and garlic. That's it! On with the lid and under pressure for 35 minutes on the stew setting. This came out perfectly and the meat was super tender and delicious. I served this with some steamed rice and had enough left over to freeze for another meal later in the month. I love it when I can freezer bank a meal or two by making extra. This is why I love having a big pressure cooker. I may only have a family of four, but being able to cook for ten is a bonus when you can bank your freezer full of goodness. It also helps when church folks need a meal and I can just pull out something already done and heat it up and deliver with something home baked on the side. In this case some homemade flour tortillas would be great!
Pressure Cooker Pork Green Chili Stew
1 tablespoon oregano
1 tablespoon onion powder
1 tablespoon garlic powder
1 tablespoon salt
1 tablespoon 14 spice blend by Badia (optional)
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Today I am sharing how to make delicious pork green chili stew in the pressure cooker! I am excited to share my newest aquisition, my GoWiseUSA 10 quart electric pressure cooker with you! This is a powerhouse appliance that I will be using over and over again and you will be seeing it in future pressure cooker videos as well. Today I am making a delicious southwestern stew that I grew up eating in Arizona and it is one of my favorites. I am taking some help from grocery items to make this come together quickly but it is just as delicious as the traditional version. Making this in the pressure cooker helps get this on the table fast and easy, even on the busiest of days!
Thanks to GoWiseUSA for sponsoring this video and for sending me this excellent pressure cooker to try out and use in future videos. I am so pleased with the performance of this machine. I have been using it for a couple of months and have made everything from this pork green chili stew to rice, to hard boiled eggs to chili and pulled pork and a delicious chicken vegetable soup. This makes stock like nobody's business!
4 pound pork loin roast trimmed & cubed
2 tablespoons vegetable oil
6 cups green chili/tomatillo salsa verde
1, 28 ounce can diced tomatoes
2 medium onions, sliced and quartered
2 cups water
1 tablespoon cumin
I hope that you are inspired to make this green chili stew in your electric pressure cooker sometime soon. If you are in the market or have been on the fence for a pressure cooker, I highly recommend the GoWiseUSA brand. Great quality and the price is right. They have a variety of other items that they make that you could use in your kitchen as well. You can use the link above to access their site!
I hope you give this green chili stew a try sometime soon and I hope you love it!
FTC Disclosure: Thank you to GoWiseUSA for sponsoring this video and for providing me with the pressure cooker. All opinions shared herein are my own and are honest and truthful. All information presented in this video has been shared to the best of my knowledge and with no intent to sway or harm.
Note: I am using a GoWiseUSA 12 in 1 programmable, electric pressure cooker. I have followed the manufacturers guidelines for this model of cooker to make my recipe. Should you have a different model from what I am using, please consult the owner’s manual for guidelines on how to cook recipes like this one.
Blend seasonings together in a small bowl. Sprinkle over cubed meat than mix well to coat all pieces.
Set pressure cooker to the sauté setting. Add vegetable oil to the vessel and allow to heat up for a minute or so just until you achieve a sizzle.
Add half the meat to the vessel and stir until nicely browned. Remove this to a clean, covered plate and continue browning the remaining meat.
Return all the meat to the vessel once it has all been properly browned.
Add remaining ingredients and stir well.
Wipe the rim of the vessel to remove any debris or oil. Place lid on pressure cooker. Be sure to seal the lid and latch properly.
Cook on meat/stew setting for 35 minutes at high pressure.
Once timer has run out allow the vessel to rest for 15 minutes before releasing remaining pressure from the cooker. Remove lid, Stir stew and allow to sit for 10 minutes before serving.
Serve with rice and beans or as a filling for burritos or tacos.
This pressure cooker has all the features that you want in an electric pressure cooker. A saute function helps you to brown and sear in the same vessel as you cook. The slow cooker function helps you to use this like a slow cooker eliminating the need for an extra appliance. I also love the vast number of presets this machine offers. vegetables, rice, grains, porridge for oats etc., soup, chili, beans, meat and stew, canning, yogurt, eggs and steam. You can really do so much in this 12 in one pressure cooker! I am certain you will see more of this as time goes on. I plan on making some yogurt very soon!
This unit also comes with a rack as well as two stainless steel basket/trays for cooking more than one thing at at time. I was able to cook six dozen eggs in this baby for Easter! It also comes with a rice paddle.
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