Adapted from Diana Kennedy's Chilayo, this pork stew only has a handful of ingredients and not a lot of prep time. The sauce is made with just a few ingredients you'll combine in a blender or food processor. The tomatillos melt away and thicken this stew that cooks on the stove top for around two hours. Serve over long grain white or brown rice with sauce. Garnish with jalapeños, cilantro, finely diced white onion.
2lbscountry style pork ribs cut in to 2 inch chunks.
1lbgreen tomatilloswell cleaned, quartered with husks on.
3rehydrated ancho chilis
1/2medium white onionchopped
1/2green or red bell pepperchopped
1/2cupreserved ancho chili water
2tbsapple cider vinegar.
Salt to taste
Place the pork in a large sauce pan with just enough salted water to submerge. Simmer uncovered over medium heat for 20 minutes.
Rehydrate 3 ancho chilis in boiling water for 10 minutes. Remove from hot water and set aside to cool.
Once cool to work with, remove stem and seeds and roughly chop.
To a blender add the ancho chilies, cumin seeds, roughly chopped serranos, white onion, bell peppers, cider vinegar, garlic, 1 cup water and 1/2 cup reserved ancho chili water.
Blend until very smooth.
Add the sauce and quartered tomatillos to the pork. Stir and simmer uncovered for up to 2 hours or until sauce has reduced by half and thickened.
Serve over long grain white or brown rice with sauce. Garnish with jalapeños, cilantro, finely diced white onion.
Mexican Pork and Tomatillo Stew by Eat Up! Kitchen at https://eatup.kitchen/mexican-pork-tomatillo-stew/