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Taco! Taco!

We all love a recipe we can put in the crock pot early in the day and have a delicious dinner ready with no fuss.  This pork recipe is great served as a lettuce taco or on a plate.  It makes a lot of meat which can be used in other dishes later in the week, heated up as leftovers, or frozen for later use.  We serve ours with the Avocado Radish Salsa but there are so many options with this versatile dish!

Note:  We also make these tacos using blackened shrimp and serve with the Avocado Radish Salsa.


1 pork loin or roast (2 to 2 .5 lbs)

Rub pork with the following spice mixture:

1 tsp. thyme

2 tsp. oregano flakes

2 tsp. cumin

1 ½  T. chili powder

2 tsp .sea salt

5 to 6 cloves of garlic, minced

Place pork in crock pot and cook 8-12 hrs.  on low until fall-apart tender.

We serve it in a bowl with the following


Other serving suggestions:

in a bowl over shredded lettuce or cole slaw mix

in a lettuce leaf as a wrap

with sliced avocado and cilantro

with a side of fresh sliced tomatoes

with salsa of your choice

with fresh pico

scramble leftover pork with eggs for breakfast

Be Creative!


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