This tasty Smoked Pork Soup combines fresh sweet corn, smoked pork butt, onions, green chili’s and salsa style tomatoes into a delectable soup. I love to serve it with Sweet Cornbread or Easy Sweet Maple Dinner Rolls.
I love soup! To me anytime of the year is a great time for a pot of soup This Blackened Corn and Smoked Pork Soup is perfect anytime. This fabulous recipe calls for already cooked smoked pork butt. Often I make a great big pork butt or shoulder and I find myself creating great new recipes to use up those tasty leftovers. Do you do the same thing? Leftover smoked pork butt is always so moist and tender that the recipe possibilities are endless. Pork is such a versatile meat and when cooked right it is so flavorful and tender. Pork is commonly referred to as the other white meat and pork tenderloin is now as lean as skinless chicken breast.
This tasty Smoked Pork Soup combines fresh corn, smoked pork butt, onions, garlic, green chili’s, salsa style tomatoes, and a perfect blend of spices into an amazing soup. Utilizing precooked pork shoulder or butt helps bring this recipe together real fast. You can simmer for about 20 minutes or let it meld together for a little while. Either way the smells and the flavors are amazing!
Do you need a good easy smoked pork butt recipe? Here is my recipe for Pulled Pork Street Tacos just follow it down to and including the liquid smoke. This is a great recipe that cooks up in a dutch oven and is so tender and flavorful.
How do you make Smoked Pork Soup?
This scrumptious soup starts off with smoked pulled pork. You can purchase some already smoked or cook your own. I have purchased it from some of my local grocery stores and the big warehouse stores like Sams and Costco.
First heat a little oil olive over medium heat in a Dutch oven or heavy stock pot. Add the onions and the corn and cook until the corn starts to turn a rich golden brown. Stir occasionally but not so often that the corn is not browning. This can take anywhere from 10-15 minutes depending on how dark you want the corn. Stir in the cumin and Cajun seasonings cooking for about one minute while stirring constantly. Add the chicken broth scraping the bottom of the pan to deglaze it. Now stir in the green chiles, salsa style tomatoes, diced tomatoes and cooked pork. Simmer for 20-25 minutes.
Helpful tips for making Smoked Pork Soup
- If you have time smoke your own pork butt. It is delicious, you will be controlling the ingredients and you will get several meals out of one pork butt.
- If fresh sweet farmers corn is available to you take the time to cut it off the kernel and use it.
- Cajun seasoning is fairly mild when added to a pot of soup. However you know your taste buds so adjust accordingly.
- Potatoes or pasta can be added to this soup. Potatoes would be added at the same time as the canned tomatoes and pork. Pasta should be added about ten minutes after the tomatoes and pork.
So if you are a soup lover like myself and you smoke some pork butts here and there then you must give this delectable Smoked Pork Soup a whirl. Your family will be singing your praises!
This post was originally published June 1, 2017 and was republished October 1, 2019 with new content.
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Blackened Corn and Smoked Pork Soup
A tasty Tex-Mex soup full of sweet tomatoes, blackened corn, green chiles, smoked pulled pork and a perfect blend of spices. If you love smoked pulled pork this is a must try!
- Prep Time: 5
- Cook Time: 40
- Total Time: 45 minutes
- Yield: 4 bowls 1x
- Category: soup
- Method: stove top
- Cuisine: Southern
- 1 tablespoon olive oil
- 1 small onion chopped
- 3 ears corn shucked and kernels removed
- 1 tablespoon ground cumin
- 1–2 teaspoons Cajun seasoning (to taste)
- 4 cups low sodium chicken broth
- 2 (4 ounce) cans green chiles
- 1 (14.5 ounce) can fire roasted salsa style tomatoes
- 1 (14.5 ounce) can diced tomatoes
- 1 lb chopped smoked pork butt
- Heat oil olive over medium heat in a Dutch oven or heavy stock pot. Add onions and the corn. Cook until the corn starts to turn a rich golden brown; stirring occasionally. This can take 10-15 minutes depending on how dark you want the corn.
- Stir in the cumin and Cajun seasonings. Cook for 1 minute; stirring constantly. Add chicken broth scraping the bottom of the pan to deglaze it. Stir in the green chiles, salsa style tomatoes, diced tomatoes and cooked pork. Simmer for 20-25 minutes.
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