Wednesday, January 9, 2013

Slow Cooker Kahlua Pork Lettuce Wraps from Skinnytaste

Pork roast cooks overnight and all day in the slow cooker; then make it into lettuce wraps at dinner time.  (Photo from Skinnytaste.)

I'm crazy about just about any type of meat eaten inside a lettuce wrap, and these Crock Pot Kahlua Pork Lettuce Wraps from Skinnytaste are about as easy as it gets.  Seasoned pork blade roast cooks for 16 hours in the slow cooker; then it's served inside lettuce pieces with a little rice and Hoisin sauce.  And yes, you might have noticed that Kahlua pork doesn't actually contain Kahlua!

I hope you enjoy trying this from-scratch slow cooker recipe!  Use this link to get the recipe for Crock Pot Kahlua Pork Lettuce Wraps from Skinnytaste.

More Ideas with Pork in the Slow Cooker:
Kalua Pork Torta Sandwich from Everyday Southwest 
Barbecue Country-Style Ribs from Shocking Delicious
Carnitas Tacos from Recipe Girl
Guajillo-Spice Pork and Potatoes from Elly Says Opa 
Pork Posole Stew from Foodie Crush  

Submit Your Recipes: --If you're a food blogger with a good from-scratch slow cooker recipe you'd like to have featured on this site, here's how to submit it.

Rate the Recipes: --If you come back and leave a reaction (after you've tried a recipe), that feedback helps other readers to know which recipes they might like to try.  Thanks!


Post a Comment

Thanks for taking the time to comment on Slow Cooker from Scratch. If you try a recipe, it's always appreciated if you take time to Rate the Recipe on the rating scale above. Questions about recipes should be left on the the blog that is the original source of the recipe.

Comments are not published until I approve them (and I don't spent 24 hours a day online), so thanks for your patience. Sometimes I'm posting comments by iPhone, so I can't always reply to every one, but I do read each and every comment!

Bloggers are always encouraged to make their comment signature a link to their blog, but comments with links inserted in the text will not be published.

Blogging tips