Can smoked meat get even better?? One of my favorites to do with leftover meat from smoking is to make them into soups! When I made my smoked pork shoulder roast we had a lot of meat left and of course the bones as well. I opted to make up chili with the leftovers and it turned out amazing.
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I had hoped to do this in the crockpot but the bones were too big so I opted to do this on the stove and made a huge batch, plus the leftovers froze amazing!! You can remove the meat from the bone if you want but I love the pork bone adds some flavor as well!
Now if you aren’t using a heavily seasoned smoked pork I will recommend you add some more seasoning, I knew we had a ton of seasoning that would come off when it was in the pot boiling so I didn’t season it too much.
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Smoked Pork Chili Recipe Ingredients:
How To Make Smoked Pork Chili:
Now I made this on the stovetop the fact the bone and the meat were too large to fit into our crockpot. Now I have always had a big stock pot to make gumbo, other soups, broth, etc. If you don’t have one I highly recommend getting one. The stockpot I used to make this was a 16 Quart Stockpot.
Fill your pot about halfway full of water and add in broth, beef bouillon.
Bring the pot to a rolling boil.
Cut your red onion and any meat you want to.
Slowly add in your meat and meat bones if applicable.
Add in the rest of your ingredients as well, you may need to add more water and broth if it wasn’t enough to cover everything
Turn the heat down and allow the chili to boil for a couple of hours with randomly stirring it as well.
Serve and enjoy!! Next time I plan to get bread bowls for this.
Other Ingredients to Put In Smoked Pork Chili:
- Coca Cola Pork Ham
- Smoked Pork Loin
- Bell Peppers
- Dark Chocolate
Toppings For Pork Chili:
- Sliced Jalapeno
- Sour Cream
How To Store Leftover Smoked Chili
Put the chili in an air-tight container and store it in the fridge for up to five days. You can also freeze the chili as well in an airtight container for up to three months.
How To Reheat Smoked Chili
Use a microwave or stove to top reheat the chili to the proper temperature for reheating.
What is your favorite way to use up leftover smoked pork shoulder roast??
Soups and Stews To Check out
Whether you use a dutch oven or a slower cooker to make soups! Using leftover smoked meat adds amazing flavor to your soup or chowder!
- Crockpot Crawfish Chowder
- White Wine Slow Cooker Clam Chowder
- Slow Cooker Prime Rib Chili
- Smoked Turkey Dumpling Soup
- Slow Cooker Turkey Soup
Pellet Smoker Recipes To check out
Looking for more smoker recipes?? Be sure to check out Smoker Recipes. The post contains smoker recipes from ham to macaroni and cheese to Prime Rib! See it -> here.
Smoked Pork Chili Recipe
- 40 Ounce 15 Bean Soup
- Leftover Pork Shoulder And Bone
- Beef Broth
- 1 Red Onion
- 30 ounces Diced tomato
- 1 teaspoon Chili Powder
- Minced garlic
- Now I made this on the stove top due to the fact the bone and the meat was too large to fit into our crock pot. The stock pot I used to make this was a 16 Quart Stockpot.
- Fill your pot about halfway full of water and add in broth or beef bouillon.
- Bring the pot to a rolling boil.
- Cut your red onion and any meat you want to.
- Slowly add in your meat and meat bones if applicable.
- Add in the rest of your ingredients as well, you may need to add more water and broth if it wasn't enough to cover everything
- Turn the heat down and allow the chili to boil for a couple of hours with randomly stirring it as well.
- Serve and enjoy!!
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