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Oven Pork Chili

Today for Souper Mondays we are talking chili.

I think my husband may have a new favorite chili. I made this recently and he loved it and so did the rest of the family. This time of year we eat a lot of chili and using a pork roast in chili made for a nice change.

Now, I know not everyone has a freezer full of pork like I do, but if you find a good sale on pork roast, this would be a great recipe to try. It really is a fun change from just a basic chili.

Have you tried pork in chili before?



Lynn's Kitchen Adventures


  1. I love your website! Could this be cooked in a crockpot? If so how would I do so?

    • I think this would work in the crock pot. I would say cook it for 7-8 hours on low. That is about how long I normally cook a pork roast in the crock pot for, so it should work in this as well.

  2. Charis @ MannaTreats says:

    what a fabulous idea cooking it in the oven…can’t wait to try it!

  3. Yum! I’m thinking about making this one night for our Bible Study group. Since my husband and I are still the only family members who really eat dinner (my 6-mo-old can’t quite handle pork chili yet!), I’m not up on my serving-size guesstimates. Can you give an approximate number of servings if this is the main course so I know whether I’ll need to double or not?

  4. I had a large amount of already cooked pork roast to use up. So I decided to make this. I only cooked mine for 2 hours as the pork was already cooked and I didn’t want it to get too dry. Turned out fantastic. A great way to use up leftover cooked pork roast.

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