Pork & Plantain Chili

The EatingWell Healthy in a Hurry Cookbook (2006)

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Plantains and orange juice balance this thick, Latin American pork-and-bean stew with some sweetness and also a little acidity. Top with nonfat sour cream or yogurt, if you like.

"This dish is delicious! I always make it with either ground pork or turkey and sweet potatoes (the sweet potatoes need a bit longer, so I cook them for a few minutes before adding the peppers and onions). Tonight I added a little ancho...
Pork & Plantain Chili

6 Reviews for Pork & Plantain Chili


I made this recipe because I love plantains. I eat them every week. This was hearty and filling... perfect for me on a cold Minnesota winter night! The leftovers tasted even better! If I were to make it again, I'd make it with green plantains though. I feel that the ripe plantain loses itself in this dish. A green one is typically what's used in soup-like recipes. Only complaint is that the dish isn't cheap to make. Pork tenderloin is not cheap! Either way, I recommend it.

I enjoyed it!, Eden Prairie, MN


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