Friday, April 27, 2012

Slow Cooked Sweet Barbacoa Pork Recipe from Skinnytaste

Slow Cooked Sweet Barbacoa Pork Recipe from Skinnytaste featured on SlowCookerFromScratch.com
Slow-Cooked Sweet Barbacoa Pork (Photo from Skinnytaste.)

(For Friday Favorites we spotlight past recipes that you may have missed, and this Slow Cooked Sweet Barbacoa Pork from Skinnytaste sounds amazing!)

This recipe for Crock Pot Sweet Barbacoa Pork from Skinnytaste is one that Gina created when she got requests from readers to try to create a healthier version of Cafe Rio's Sweet Pork. Gina admits she has never eaten at Cafe Rio, but she looked at lots of copycat recipes to come up with this version which she says was a big hit with her family.  My family has a lot of avid Cafe Rio fans, so I will definitely be sharing this with them!

Ingredients for this CrockPot Recipe:
Marinade: pork loin roast, salt, pepper, garlic powder, Coke Zero, brown sugar, water.  Step 2:  Coke Zero, sliced green chilies, tomato sauce, Chipotle chile in Adobo, garlic powder, cumin, Chipotle Chile powder, salt, pepper, brown sugar.

I hope you enjoy trying this from-scratch slow cooker recipe!  Use this link to get the recipe for Slow Cooked Sweet Barbacoa Pork from Skinnytaste.  (You can see all the recipe for pork in the slow cooker in the category for Slow Cooker Pork Recipes.) 

More Slow Cooker Recipes from this Blogger:
Picadillo in the Crockpot from Skinnytaste
Jerk Pork with Carribean Salsa from Skinnytaste
Tuscan White Bean and Roasted Garlic Soup from Skinnytaste

Slow Cooked Sweet Barbacoa Pork Recipe from Skinnytaste featured on SlowCookerFromScratch.com

More Ideas with Pork in the CrockPot:
Pork Carnitas in the Slow Cooker (Recipe Collection)
Pork Lemonato from On Top of Spaghetti
Salsa Pork Chops with Garlic, Cumin, and Lime from Kalyn's Kitchen

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