Smoked Pork Chili Recipe
This Smoked Pork Chili is the perfect way to use up left-over smoked pork! Pork shoulder is a great budget friendly roast to pick up, smoke, and makes the perfect meat to use to make a chili out of next day! The chili is the perfect start it and forget it stovetop dinner that will leave your house smelling amazing too!
Servings: 20 Servings
- 2 Bags 15 Bean Soup
- Leftover Pork Shoulder And Bone
- Beef Broth
- 1 Red Onion
- 2 Cans Tomatoes
- 1 Tsp. 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!!
Other Ingredients to Put In Smoked Pork Chili:
Toppings For Smoked Pork Chili:
- Sliced Jalapeno
- Sour Cream