Saturday, October 1, 2016

Slow Cooker Cheater Pork Carnitas

http://www.theslowroasteditalian.com/2015/11/cheater-pork-carnitas-recipe.html
  
3- Ingredient Slow Cooker Cheater Pork Carnitas are so easy they just about cook themselves. The most simple recipe yields the most fabulous results. Just toss it in the crockpot and go! Come back hours later to perfectly tender and juicy pork that is mouthwateringly delicious and perfect on everything.

Cheater pork carnitas make the best street tacos, veggie salad topping, carnita nachos and cheese and so much more! I actually turn the left overs into taquitos. Check out all the details here:

Enjoy!

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Recipe developed by Donna Elick - The Slow Roasted Italian
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7 comments:

  1. For this Cheater Pork Carnitas recipe... did you use a bone-in or boneless pork shoulder?

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    1. Its boneless.. Sheri B

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  2. Did you use a bone-in or boneless pork shoulder for the Cheater Pork Carnitas recipe?

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    1. It would not matter as it does not change the flavor. The flavor from bones is in the marrow. Since you are not getting to the marrow it does not matter. The bone is traditional because when it is cooked completely, it will pull out eadily

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  3. YOU CAN USE EITHER BUT BONELESS IS EASIER.....

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  4. Just had this for supper. Big hit with my husband & myself. Very easy. I did let the juices sit overnight so I could skim the fat off the top before heating the meat back up in the juice. Then I fried the pork in a non-stick skillet so I wouldn't have juices running down my arm when I ate them. Very tasty with shredded cheese & a homemade pico de gallo on top.

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