Friday, July 12, 2013

Slow Cooker Pork Burrito Bowls from Taste and Tell

Slow Cooker Pork Burrito Bowls from Taste and Tell found on
Good-as-a-Restaurant Slow Cooker Pork Burrito Bowls.  (Photo from Taste and Tell.)

(For Friday Favorites we spotlight past recipes that you may have missed, and I think these Slow Cooker Pork Burrito Bowls from Taste and Tell sound like a great option for a Slow Cooker Summer Dinner.)

I'm going to let Deborah from Taste and Tell give the description for her Slow Cooker Pork Burrito Bowls:  "Caramelized pork carnitas are served over beans and rice, and topped with a fresh pico de gallo."  Doesn't that sound just as good as the burrito bowl you might get at your favorite Mexican restaurant, and cooking the meat in the slow cooker means the house stays cool.  Browning the pork after it cooks in the slow cooker and using from-scratch pico-de-gallo are two of the things that make this recipe special, and you can also add sour cream and/or cheese if you'd like.

I hope you enjoy trying this from-scratch slow cooker recipe!   Use this link to get the recipe for Slow Cooker Pork Burrito Bowls from Taste and Tell.

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More Ideas with Pork in the Slow Cooker:
Asian Pork with Mushrooms from Skinnytaste
Garlic Pork Roast by From Scratch to Plate
Guajillo-Spice Pork and Potatoes from Elly Says Opa
Kalua Pork Torta Sandwich from Everyday Southwest
Mexican Pork with Gorditas from Foodfreak 

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  1. Love the technique of double-cooking the pork to give it a bit of crispy. I'm going to try that with shredded chicken cooked in the slow cooker.


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