4 Mar 2011, 12:33am

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  • Pork Fiesta

    There’s a party in my tummy….never mind.  But this recipe is truly such a delight to make and eat.  A friend of mine shared this with me about a year ago and it has visited our table numerous times.
    First of all, I’m always looking for a hearty recipe that is easy to make.  You can’t got wrong with three main ingredients and some seasonings.  Seriously.

    I always have a canned tomato stash and fresh onions so this recipe is pretty much ready-to-make all day every day for me.
     Whenever the pork roasts are buy one get one free…yes, I grab two!
    (Stick it in the pan to brown it on both sides before putting it in the crock)
    My arsenal for this recipe.  Canned tomatoes w/chiles, one onion diced(or quartered if you prefer), garlic salt, cumin chili powder, Cayane pepper – all to taste.  But I have found that a tsp of each seasoning makes the roast JUST perfect.  Well, not a teaspoon of the Cayanne…just a dash will do for us.
    One you have your ingredients ready throw ‘em in! (plus a 1/2 can of water)
    This totally reminds me of a fiesta.
    After eight hours on low, it’s ready.  Pull out the grater and grate the Monterey Jack.
    Shred the roast, picking out any of the fatty sections and put it on a warm tortilla.
    Roll and serve like this.
    Sometimes, I serve it up with sour cream, too.  Oh, and Spanish rice, but last night wasn’t a rice type of night.

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