Tuesday, August 19, 2014

Crockpot Chalupas from Pinch of Yum

Crockpot Chalupas from Pinch of Yum found on SlowCookerFromScratch.com
Pork and dried pinto beans cook all day and Lindsay says these CrockPot Chalupas are the best thing ever!  (Photos from Pinch of Yum.)

I was already drooling over the photo of these Crockpot Chalupas from Pinch of Yum, and then I read the introduction where Lindsay says, "You just can’t argue with spicy, flavorful, tender shredded pork and pinto bean filling that cooks itself for you all day while you’re at work."  I certainly wouldn't argue with that, no way.  And serving the mixture on toasted tortillas with cheese makes it even better.  This recipe has a lot of comments from people who have enjoyed it; sounds like a winner!

Ingredients for this CrockPot Recipe:
Pork shoulder, dry pinto beans, light beer, canned fire roasted tomatoes, minced garlic, jalapeno peppers, chili powder, cumin, cayenne pepper, taco seasoning (optional), salt, water, shredded mozzarella, flour tortillas.

I hope you enjoy this from-scratch slow cooker recipe! Here's the link to the complete recipe for Crockpot Chalupas from Pinch of Yum.  (See all the recipe for bean dishes in the category for Slow Cooker Beans and Legumes.)

More Slow Cooker Recipes from this Blogger:
Super Easy Skinny Veggie CrockPot Lasagna from Pinch of Yum

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More Ideas with Beans in the CrockPot:
Black Beans from Scratch in the Slow Cooker Recipe Collection (and recipes using black beans)
Brazilian Feijoada from Mel's Kitchen Cafe
Cannellini Bean and Kale Soup with Ham from Kalyn's Kitchen
Cassoulet in the Slow Cooker from Dinner du Jour 
Refried  Beans Recipe Collection (and recipes using refried beans)

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  1. I'm not a pork eater, but that surely does look delicious!

  2. Thanks Lydia; that's what I thought too!


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