2lb london broil or pork
1lb anahiem chiles
1 pasilla or pablano pepper
1 medium onion
4 large garlic cloves
1/2 tsp ground cumin
1 1/2 tsp salt
2 tbs oil
boil all peppers with salt in enough water to cover them for about 30 min. remove peppers and put in bowl making sure to retain all of the juices. you can cut the tips off to allow them to drain. next take the tomatillos and add them to the water that the peppers were boiled in, boil 20 to 30 min. remove and put into blender. remove all of the seeds from the chiles and add to blender. if you like it hot add a jalapeno or two. chop garlic and 1/2 the onion and add to blender with any juices left from the drained peppers. puree the peppers and tomatillos and set aside. in a large skillet get the oil hot and add the whole london broil or pork and sear the meat until evenly charred on both sides. the meat should be pink in the middle. cut the meat up into large and small pieces and add to the water the peppers were boiled in. boil over med high for 45 min to 1 hour. add water as needed. after meat has boiled add the cumin and the pepper mix to the pot and simmer on medium for about 45 min to 1 hour
always retain the water in the pot that the peppers were boiled in for max flavor.
For the rest of the burrito filling.
1lg can of refried beans.
1lb jack cheese
the other 1/2 onion chopped and mixed with cilantro
to make the burritos heat a tortilla and start with about 2 or 3 tbls of beans, some rice (not too much rice). next a small handfull of cheese a little sour cream and a good amount of hot green chile to make sure the cheese melts. now add onion and cilantro and avacado and roll it up. you can pour a little of the chile over the burrito to make it a wet burro and top with cheese and sour cream.
ive been making these for 20 years and my whole family loves them. the left over chile is great the next day over eggs, beans and rice with heated corn tortillas. you just have to figure out how to fine tune them to your taste, more rice, more beans, more meat , more cheese or less. you know!
refry the beans in bacon fat and thin with a little water to make them super tasty.