One of my favorite deals this week is the BOGO pork tenderloin. I already bought 4 packs and will likely go get at least 4 more before the sale ends. Pork is so versatile and it cooks up quickly making it perfect for a busy weeknight. I probably have 25+ recipes that I can whip up in a flash.
With the sale on chili kits, I decided to turn one of my pork tenderloins into Slow Cooker Pork Tenderloin Chili!
Yes, I know the temps are still in the high 90’s…but I have been craving chili so I just went with it. The taste is amazing and you just throw everything into the slow cooker and let it go. My guys had theirs over rice but I just enjoyed it plain with a little bit of cilantro…YUM!
From a cost standpoint, this meal just can’t be beat. Both the pork and chili mix are BOGO this week. Plus, the beans are 10/$6 and the salsa is on sale as part of the Advantage Buy flyer. I had the rest of the ingredients on hand so my cost was under $9. I would estimate that even if you had to buy everything, your cost would be about $3 – $4 per serving!
Look for the following on sale as part of the Publix Ad & Coupons Week Of 10/3 to 10/9 (10/2 to 10/8 For Some) –
- Carroll Shelby’s Chili Kit, Original Texas Brand, Fix It Hot or Mild: Regular or White Chicken, 3 or 3.65 oz; or Wick Fowler’s 2 Alarm Chili Kit, 3.625 oz, BOGO $2.59
- Hormel Always Tender Pork Tenderloin, Teriyaki, Original, Peppercorn, or Apple Bourbon Flavored, 18.4 oz, BOGO $8.49
- Publix Beans: Pinto, Great Northern or Cannellini Beans 15.5 oz, 10/$6
- Que Vida! Salsa 16-oz, 2/$3.99
- Pork Tenderloin, 18.4 oz - cut into 1 inch cubes
- Boxed White Chicken Chili Mix
- 1 cup salsa verdes
- 1½ cups chicken or beef broth
- 15.5 oz Cannellini Beans, drained
- 1 cup corn
- ½ medium onion, chopped
- Add all ingredients EXCEPT the masa packet* to your slow cooker.
- Stir to mix and cook on low for 6 hours or high for 3 hours.
- If you wish to thicken the chili, stir in the masa packet about 30 - 45 minutes before serving.
- Serve over rice and top with cilantro if desired.