Saturday, March 3, 2012

Slow Cooker Mexican Pork with Gorditas Recipe from Foodfreak

Slow cooker pork with Mexican flavors, served with Jalapeno-Cilantro Sauce atop Gorditas.

Slow Cooker Mexican Pork with Gorditas Recipe from Foodfreak [found on]
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In this recipe for Slow-Cooker Mexican Pork with Gorditas from Foodfreak, pork shoulder is cooked in the slow cooker with onion, garlic, bell peppers, and Mexican spices until the meat is falling-apart tender.  Then the flavorful meat is served on top of homemade cornmeal Gorditas with red onion, sliced cabbage, and a delicious-sounding Jalapeno-Cilantro sauce.  I think this pork would be equally delicious just served inside a tortilla or just topped with the vegetables and sauce.

Get the complete recipe for Slow-Cooker Mexican Pork with Gorditas from Foodfreak.


  1. Once again, I want to thank you for this blog!!! It would be ever so wonderful if it was indexed on Eat Your Books!!

  2. Pam, I would love it too if it was!


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