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Default Canning pork green chile

I just used my pressure canner for the first time - stew meat - it was pretty easy. I would like to do pork next, but I was thinking of doing a pork green chile, which would include onions and jalapenos. From what I have researched, since the meat takes the longest to process it's ok to add the onions and peppers as long as I process at the time and pressure required for the pork. Correct?

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That's correct. Always process for the time required by the ingredient with the longest required time.
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Thanks Ozark - off I go!
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If you have a good recipe for green chile, could you please post it? I lost mine a couple of years ago, and am dying for another good one!
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If you have a good recipe for green chile, could you please post it? I lost mine a couple of years ago, and am dying for another good one!
Well - I don't really have a written recipe, I usually use locally roasted hatch green chiles in the summer along with the pork. I do like adding a little cumin and hot ground chile too as well as pepper. sometimes I wlll add in jalapenos - although mine haven't done too well in the garden this year :P
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pcrowder - here's a link with some pork green chile recipes, pretty close to how I would make

www.denvergreenchili.com

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