pulled pork taco’s

Here is another easy crock-pot meal taken from Health magazine (December 2009). This is my kind of crock-pot meal – place meat, salsa and seasonings in the crock pot and set the timer. I used a smoky salsa, cayenne pepper, cumin and chili powder and a 2 lb pork shoulder. (from the Co-op so the meat is good, right taster? ūüėČ ) ¬†I set the timer for about 7 hours on low and it was falling off the bone and essentially shredding itself when the timer went off.

Served with all the fix-ins this was such a satisfying meal. The pork was excellent, the toppings were fresh and refreshing and this recipe is definitely a keeper!

  • lettuce
  • tomatoes
  • cilantro
  • lime wedges
  • salsa
  • avocado
  • light sour cream

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7 responses to “pulled pork taco’s

  1. this looks so yum!
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  2. yum! pulled pork is super easy in the crock. we did pork nachos the other night and used the left-overs for bbq sandwiches.

  3. Oh, I saw this in the health magazine!

    Looks really good. The insert of my crock pot broke and I can’t wait to get the replacement. Winter is the perfect time for crock pot cooking!

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  5. these look awesome! i am more convinced than ever that i need a crockpot!

  6. Yum! Looks great. I love tacos!! Its one of my favorite things to eat!

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