Monday, February 12, 2024

Kansas City Style Pulled Pork BBQ Chili

As soon as I saw this recipe in Food Network Magazine I immediately knew I'd be making it on Super Bowl Sunday:@) What makes Kansas City Style Pulled Pork BBQ Chili a little different? A. Pork in chili, and B. It's non-apologetically sweet. The boys ate it with sour cream, I added some pickled jalapenos and really enjoyed the fresh scallions. This is very nice if you're looking for something that cooks for a few hours making the house smell great, and is a good variation of chili. 
Full disclosure: I used pork stew meat, and cut back on the meat and added an extra can of beans. The only other thing I might do differently, hold the BBQ sauce until the meat has cooked and been shredded. I'd just heat that through with the beans.

Kansas City Style Pulled Pork Chili-from Food Network Magazine
3 lbs boneless pork shoulder, cut into 4 chunks
S&P
Vegetable oil for frying
2 medium onions, chopped
3 cloves garlic, minced
1 large serrano chili, minced
3 Tblsp tomato paste
3 Tblsp chili powder
2 Tblsp brown sugar
1 Tblsp cumin
2 tsp oregano
12 oz bottle lager
28 oz crushed tomatoes
1 C sweet BBQ sauce
2 (15 oz) cans kidney beans
Sour cream, scallions, cheddar cheese, avocado, pickled jalapenos, tortilla strips and/or cornbread for serving.
  1. S&P meat, add oil to dutch oven, brown meat. Remove to plate.
  2. Cook onions for about 5 minutes, add pepper and garlic. Stir constantly and cook for 1 minute.
  3. Add tomato paste and chili powder, cook and stir for a minute.
  4. Add brown sugar, cumin, oregano, beer, tomatoes and BBQ sauce. Also 1-2 C water, start with one, can add more if you want more broth.
  5. Bring to boil, reduce heat, add lid to dutch oven. Cook on very low bubble for 2-3 hours.
  6. Shred meat, add meat and beans to pot, heat through.
  7. Serve as desired.
Eat well and have a happy day:@)

4 comments:

  1. So you say you made this yesterday for the Superbowl, but you don't clearly state that it caused the Cheifs to win. I think it might have! It sounds that good! I think that in all fairness, you should've served it with a San Francisco sourdough, in order to balance out the mojo. :-)

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  2. Lynn, this chili sounds so good and I hope you all enjoyed the Super Bowl!

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  3. This chili does sound really good, Lynn! It sounds like the boys enjoyed it, too. Thanks for sharing your next-time tips.

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