Wednesday, April 23, 2014

Slow Cooker Mexican Pulled Pork Tacos from Emily Bites

Slow Cooker Mexican Pulled Pork Tacos
Slow Cooker Mexican Pulled Pork Tacos (Photo from Emily Bites.)

I know Cinco de Mayo isn't a big food holiday the way some things are, but I still thought it might be fun to share a few new ideas for Mexican food just for those who are celebrating it.  I love the sound of the seasonings for these Slow Cooker Mexican Pulled Pork Tacos from Emily Bites, and the meat can cook all day while you're at work and you can shred it apart and assemble the tacos for a quick dinner when you get home.  Emily says this recipe has almost no prep work, which makes it sound even better!

Ingredients for this recipe:
Pork tenderloin, tomato sauce, chili powder, ground cumin, brown sugar, cayenne pepper, salt, garlic cloves, small corn tortillas, reduced fat shredded Mexican cheese, sliced tomato, shredded romaine lettuce, chopped cilantro.  Optional toppings:  Guacamole, sour cream, black olives.

I hope you enjoy trying this from-scratch slow cooker recipe! This link will take you to the complete recipe for Slow Cooker Mexican Pulled Pork Tacos from Emily Bites.

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