Slowcooker New Mexico Green Chile Stew

Ready in 6 hours
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A hearty, spicy, traditional New Mexican favorite. This is my twist on it.


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2 lbs. ground turkey or pork
4 medium red potatoes with skin
1 large red onion
1 large bell pepper; green, red, or yellow
2 cans black beans; 15 oz. with juice
2 cans chopped fire roasted tomatoes; 15 oz. with juice
4 cans chopped hot green chiles; 4 oz.
0.5 can of mild whole green chiles; 27 oz. can, drained and then chopped by hand
1.5 tablespoons crushed dried green chile
2.5 tsp. hot powdered green chile; or to taste
4 cloves Garlic; minced
1 tablespoon garlic; dried
2 tablespoons agave sweetener
2 tsp. salt
2 tsp. cumin
2 tsp. oregano
Broth; vegetable or chicken

Original recipe makes 8 Servings



Chop red onion and sauté in butter until soft.

Brown the ground turkey (or pork) and drain fat if desired.

Wash red potatoes thoroughly and cut into bite size pieces.

Wash bell pepper and chop.

Combine all ingredients in a 4 to 5 quart slow cooker with potatoes toward the bottom of the pot.

Pour broth over ingredients until everything is just barely covered with liquid.

Set slow cooker on high and allow to cook for 4-6 hours or until potatoes are soft.

You can find the powdered green chile and the crushed dried green chile here:


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wow, this sounds so good, cant wait to try it, thanks for sharing, keep them great recipes coming, CCheryl
CCheryl 4 years ago

If you don''t want the chile to be so hot, use less or none of the powdered green chile. Serving suggestion: Serve over blue corn tortilla chips for a classy spin on a frito pie. Sprinkle shredded cheddar cheese on top. [I posted this recipe.]
katalholt 4 years ago

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