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Chili is always a good idea for a hearty meal. Our family loves to go to chili cook-offs to try new chili recipes. My husband Paul makes a great turkey chili that he is very proud of. I wanted to create my own unique and delicious chili so I decided to use pork tenderloin and a rainbow selection of veggies. In our house I am always trying to make things healthier and this recipe is chock full of protein and antioxidants. This recipe turned out so incredible that I am definitely going to enter my pork roast and vegetable Crock-Pot chili in the next chili cook off and I intend to win!! Follow my recipe exactly and you will come back to agree that my chili is the best!
Pork Roast & Vegetable Crock-Pot Chili Recipe
You will need:
- 2 cans RO*TEL®
- 2 cans Brooks® Chili Beans (mild)
- 2 cans Brooks® Chili Beans (hot)
- 1 Packet of Brooks® Original Chili Seasoning
- 1 lb pork loin
- 1 small red onion
- 1 small yellow bell pepper
- 1 small red bell pepper
- 4 cloves garlic
- 2 med sized carrots
- 2 cups shredded kale
- 1/2 cup corn (I used frozen)
- PAM Pump Spray
I shopped at Meijer for all my ingredients. Most everything I bought was on sale and if you go to Meijer stores now you can look for the end cap display that has the RO*TEL® & Brooks® Chili Beans for the “Recipes that Crock”. Brooks brand chili beans and chili seasoning have been a hometown favorite since 1907 and have been an important part of the most classic Midwest tradition. We like to use Brooks brand because we live in the Midwest, in Illinois!
How to Make:
1.) Open the 2 cans of RO*TEL® 4 cans Brooks® Chili Beans and pour them in the Crock-Pot.
2.) Wash and dry the fresh veggies. Chop everything up into pieces that are on the larger size.
3.) Cover the bottom of a skillet with PAM Pump Spray. Add the veggies (Except for the kale and the corn) with 1/4 cup of water. Cover the skillet and simmer on medium for 8 minutes stirring twice.
TIP: I recommend using new PAM Spray Pumps because they bring out the natural flavors of the veggies! The PAM spray pumps have no artificial colors, flavors, or preservatives.
4.) While the veggies are cooking, cut the pork loin into large 2 inch chunks.
5.) Add the 1 Packet of Brooks® Original Chili Seasoning along with the Kale and the corn to the crock pot.
6.) Add the veggies and the pork to the Crock-Pot and stir everything together.
7.) Cook in the Crock-Pot on High for about 3 hours until the pork is fully cooked and soft enough to pull apart.
I like to eat my chili on a thick wheat bread too!
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This really looks delicious! I absolutely love this recipe, I’ll have to make this for my family!
Oh my goodness! This one is mouth-watering and tempting! I would love to save this recipe and make it this coming weekends!
Ooo heck yes, I love crock pot chili! I have another recipe that I love, and I’ll be trying this one too. Chili is perfect for when it gets cold.
Chili is a winter favorite in my house, but I have never made it like this before. I think my family will love it, so I will be adding this into my rotation for sure 🙂
Wow! This is really looks delicious! I haven’t tried this yet! I would love to try this this coming weekend!
I don’t think I’ve ever used pork in chili! I’ve used beef and turkey, but this is a fresh take on chili and my family will absolutely love your recipe. I’m craving it and it’s early in the morning! I need to make this tomorrow after a run to the grocery store.
That looks amazing! I can tell it’s a very hearty meal too. This is sure to draw a crowd!
I am so excited temps are FINALLY dipping so we can whip up some chili in the crock pot. This is an interesting take on chili and it looks pretty tasty. Our fave is ground turkey / ground beef chili or white bean chicken chili.
Now this is something that I could eat every day. What a great idea and I love that is in the slow cooker. I will be definitely making this over the weekend.
Wow, that looks super yummy! I’m aways looking for good cold-weather recipes to try for my guys, this is definitely going on the list!
Never used pork in chili before. Sounds good and sure the family would enjoy this different chili for a change
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I’ve eaten a lot of chili in my life, and I’ve never had chili with pork. I bet this lends such a great flavor since pork is so flavorful.
I like the combination of pork roast and vegetable chili. Looks and sounds delicious!
Nothing like a good crockpot chili! It’s one of my go to meals to make when the weather turns cold.
This looks so yummy and comforting! I just bought an instapot and I’m looking for good slow cooker recipes.
This is such a good crock pot idea. We have to have a couple of warm-up recipes like this on deck!
Just in time for colder weather! This looks like such a hearty recipe, I love all those healthy ingredients. I would like to make a big batch and freeze the extra portions.
I love the addition of the kale. I might add some when I make it next time. It looks so good.
My kids and I are obsessed with chili. Sadly, we missed the last chili cook off in our area. This chili recipe sounds delicious.
Looks vert spicy and indeed sucha great food to enjoy. Looking at the pictures makes me hungry now and wanting to have something like this.
I absolutely love crock pot recipes but have shockingly never made chili in a slow cooker. You make it look so simple and delicious…I can’t wait to try it!
Oh, my goodness! Look at those colors. I would love to try this recipe for sure. Thanks for sharing!
That is one mouth watering dish! Meat and veggies with that chili kick is definitely going to be a favorite. This will earn its place in our list of “Must have every week” dishes.
Did I hear someone say, “Crock Pot chili?” I’m there! Although I always use Rotel, I’ve never used a pork roast. I’ll be giving this a try!
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