Thursday’s Tasty Treats: CrockPot Pork Posole

This recipe was given to me by a friend and it has become a staple in the CCM household. It is so easy to bring together and usually leaves delicious left-overs for lunch the next day!

CrockPot Pork Posole

Need:

6 Qt or larger CrockPot

3-4# boneless pork roast

1 can hominy (white or yellow)

1 can tomatoes with chiles

1 small onion, chopped

1/2 t salt,  1/2 t pepper, 1 t cumin and Sazon de Goya (if you have it. It’s usually found in the Latin Foods aisle. They are little  orange spice packets.)

 

To make:

1. Place roast in crockpot.

2. Add hominy, tomatoes, onion, spices and one can of water (I use the tomato can)

3. Cook on low for 6 hours or so, or until Pork shreds easily with a fork.

4. Shred pork and serve on Corn Tortillas with Salsa and Guac!

 

So easy. So delicious!!

 

<img src="Pork Posole” alt=”” />

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If you try this, be sure to come back and let us know what you think!!


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2 Comments

Filed under family, food, frugal, Thursday

2 responses to “Thursday’s Tasty Treats: CrockPot Pork Posole

  1. Hi! I’m stopping by from Catholic Mothers Online. I’m also caffeinated much of the time lol. Thanks for the delicious post!

    Jamie
    ForLoveofCupcakes.com

  2. Mmmm, this sounds good. I just made slow cooker chicken posole. I’ll try this next, 🙂

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