Ready in 5 hours
I modeled these tacos after my husband's favorite local Mexican restaurant. My husband now prefers mine and requests them often.
"Absolutely fabulous. I didn't have any pablanos handy so instead used a bit of the adobo sauce from some chipotle peppers in adobo. I've also used a dried chipotley pepper (seeds removed) and simply pulled it out after cooking. Phenomenal flavor in this dish. This one is in our regular menu rotation! Leftover go onto nachos or mixed with BBQ sauce for sandwiches."- MammaDucky
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To the slow cooker add onion, garlic, poblano peppers, Worcestershire sauce, lime juice, and cilantro. Season each side of the pork with half the seasonings and place in slow cooker, fat side up. Cover and slow cook on high for 4 to 6 hours until tender. Before serving, remove as much fat as possible from the pork then shred with two forks. Warm corn tortillas in the oven, then top with pork, cheese, sour cream, and salsa. Serve with lime wedge to be sqeezed over the taco just before eating. You could also garnish with some extra chopped cilantro.
Leftover pork can be used for enchiladas or a casserole. It would even make a great sandwhich.
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NatalieScott2011 1 month agoI don't know if it was the quality of the meat I used (Walmart), or the fact that I used the shoulder instead of the butt, I'm sure it had nothing to do with the recipe because all the ingredients work well with one another and it sounds delicious, however, even though I followed the recipe to a T I ended having to make an entirely different dinner :(
kmho2007 1 month agoMy family loved it. My husband had seconds and happily are leftovers on day two!
lizziepoo 6 months ago
jdoll88 6 months agoAbsolutely amazing and makes a lot. Mmm
c8ball 7 months ago
lopezreese04 8 months agoYummy and easy to make, definitely making this again!
latanya1 8 months agoMy family asks me to make this all the time.
Jenn5k 10 months agoMade this for a party and it was a BIG hit!!
aneff2 10 months agoAgree with all the other rave reviews! Excellent recipe.
nicolegory 11 month agoOmg I cannot say enough good things about these amazing tacos!!!!! I was scared at first because the recipe didn't call for very much liquid but omg these are to die for!!!!! The pork is so moist!!! 10 stars!!
EricaLynn007 1 year agoAmazing! Have made these twice in 3 weeks!
Porsche1712 1 year agoIv cooked this a dozen times now ! We love this even my youngest if I make it like a cassa dea
looloopop 1 year agoThis recipe was amazing..so delicious I loved it and will be making it quite often
karah 1 year agoGreat! I did add a little adobo and garlic salt but this was really good. Especially with home made tortillas and fresh acocado. Yummy!
jlburgart 1 year agoThese were easy but a little too plain for us. We added fresh Pico de Gallo but I think next time I will try to season the meat more while it is cooking.
mom3byz 1 year ago
dtbh4t 1 year ago
schmoe111 2 years agoI added a can of beer and made soup out of the leftover broth and veggies. Not one bit of the dish goes to waste. Family raved; will be making again. Thanks!!!
jamesdressler 2 years agoAbsolutely fantastic! we love going to Chipotle/Qdoba, but we are hours from either. This was better than either! Excellent flavor! Removed pork from liquid to pull with forks, then poured about 2/3 cup of it back over shredded meat. Loved it!
MammaDucky 2 years agoAbsolutely fabulous. I didn't have any pablanos handy so instead used a bit of the adobo sauce from some chipotle peppers in adobo. I've also used a dried chipotley pepper (seeds removed) and simply pulled it out after cooking. Phenomenal flavor in this dish. This one is in our regular menu rotation! Leftover go onto nachos or mixed with BBQ sauce for sandwiches.