This leftover pulled pork chili recipe can simmer for hours or can be ready in 30 minutes. Just add your favorite toppings!
Are you a fan of leftovers? You will be after you give this easy recipe a try.
I made two tender pork tenderloins for a quick meal this week by slow cooking them in the crock pot.
We used the meat to make shredded pork tacos loaded with toppings.
They were delicious. But we had lots of leftover pork. What’s a mom to do?
Can you make pulled pork from already cooked pork?
Shred it and make leftover pork tenderloin chili for an easy dinner!
This is an easy way to create the perfect recipe for the next day.
This recipe also works well with leftover pork roast, pork shoulder, pork butt, or pork loin.
It’s one of my favorite chili recipes!
You just need a few simple ingredients including including green chiles, black beans, chili beans, cheddar cheese, corn and spices already in your pantry.
This recipe works great on the stove top on medium heat, in an instant pot or in a crock pot. And it couldn’t be easier to make.
It’s a great way to feed a crowd on game day. Everyone loves eating a hearty chili while watching the game.
Just toss the leftover pork tenderloin into a stand mixer and set the control to one to shred the pork.
Alternatively, shred the pork with two forks.
Then just add the pork and rest of the ingredients into a crock pot and let it simmer until done.
Serve the hot pot of chili with corn chips, tortilla chips or sweet corn cake.
How to make Leftover Pulled Pork Chili
Use up that leftover pork tenderloin using an easy dump it and forget it recipe.
Shred the pork, add in your choice of beans, canned tomatoes and corn and sprinkle in some spices.
I love it when dinner comes together easily. I usually have one kid coming home from his activity while the other is headed out the door.
We don’t always get to sit down together as an entire family.
This pot of chili can stay warm until chow time, whenever that may be. It’s the perfect dinner!
The addition of corn, black beans and green chilies gives this chili a real authentic southwestern taste.
Serve it with a sprinkle of cheddar cheese and diced avocado. It’s also great with a dollop of sour cream.
More great dinner ideas using pork roast
The recipes below can all use leftover pork.
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Leftover Pulled Pork Chili
- 1 pound leftover pork tenderloin, shredded shredded
- 1 16-ounce can of chili beans, mild sauce
- 1 16-ounce can of black beans, rinsed and drained
- 1 4-ounce can green chilies
- 3 14-ounce cans fire roasted tomato
- 1 4-ounce can of sweet corn
- 2 teaspoon cumin
- 1/2 teaspoon red pepper flakes
- 1/4 teaspoon paprika
- Shredded cheddar cheese
- Diced avocado
- Add the leftover cooked pork tenderloin, chili beans, black beans, green chilies, fire roasted tomatoes and corn to a soup pot or crockpot. Add the spices and simmer on low for 3 to 4 hours. Serve with cheddar cheese and diced avocado.
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9 thoughts on “Leftover Pulled Pork Chili Recipe – Slow Cooker”
Love using leftovers to create another meal! This chili is the perfect way to use leftover pulled pork! Looks so hearty and full of flavor!
Thanks Lindsay. Yes it is full of flavor and an easy dinner during these cold evenings.
Such a great idea for pulled pork! This looks so good!
Thanks Catherine. We eat a lot of pulled pork in my house and this is such an easy recipe to get dinner on the table quickly.
Well, there is no such thing as leftover pulled pork in our house, as we eat it all. But if there was, this would be a great way to use it.
I agree with you Dannii. We tend to eat up leftovers too. This one is super easy with leftover pork.
I LOVE a good leftover hack, and I’ve gotta say, this isn’t one. Because it’s a GREAT leftover hack- seriously, pulled pork and chili!? The perfect combo!!!
If cooking on the stove top is it 3-4 hours?
You can make this on the stovetop, just give the chili about an hour to give the beans and spices a chance to come together and meld the flavors.