Normy cooks Traditional Green Chile

Got this recipe from the farmers market at the stand that they sell the green chilis at

so Normy decided he was making this recipe so I said, go for it!

Fry 1-2 lbs. of diced pork/chicken or ground beef in oil

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This is the type of pork Normy used for his:
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season meat with, garlic salt or powder, onion salt or powder, and salt & pepper
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after meat is browned add 1/4 cup of flour to meat
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and stir for about a minute,
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add one glass of water to meat and flour,
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and stir until all the lumps are gone. Add 6 to 8 diced chiles to pot,
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and then add 1 can (28 oz) of diced tomatoes to pot.

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at this point Normy added in some chicken stock as well (about 2 cups)
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Stir all together; add a little more seasoning, simmer until gravy thickens for 30 minutes.

at this point Normy added in 3 Tomatillos, chopped

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and he added in 2-3 chopped jalapeno and 1 whole jalapeno he just dropped in
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he let this simmer on medium low heat for several hours covered.

at this point the chile has thickened and Normy tasted for seasoning.
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and served it nice and hot
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OK so here is what the recipe from the Farmer’s Markets says:
Fry 1-2 lbs. of diced pork/chicken or ground beef in oil, use minimal amount of oil. Season meat with garlic salt or powder, onion salt or powder, meat tenderizer and salt & pepper. Cook meat on med. After meat is browned add 1/4 cup of flour to meat and stir for about one minute, add one glass of water to meat and flour, and stir until all lumps are gone. Add 6 to 8 diced green chiles to poy and then add 1 can (14oz) of diced tomatoes to pot. Stir all together; add a little more seasoning, simmer until gravy thicken for 30 minutes continue to stir to prevent any burning. if chile is too thin and two tablespoons of flour to a glass of warm water, stir all lumps and once smooth add to chile and mix in well, if it is too thick add water, make sure to add more seasoning…

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