This for me is the best way to enjoy pulled pork. Those crunchy taco shells just add the perfect texture contrast to the extremely tender and succulent pork. Adding a Mexican-inspired flavor to the braising pork shoulder I think would go well with how I intend to serve this. Okay, the flavor base. We’re making a […]
This is what modern comfort food should be like – having a completely sumptuous meal without going through much of a hassle preparing it. It’s really amazing how all of the flavors in this one-pot meal come together into a perfectly flavored dish. If there’s anything special that makes this dish stand out, it is […]
This quick and easy tex-mex can be prepared just by dumping in the ingredients. Unlike some of the more complicated slow cooker meals I’ve posted, like the oriental spiced osso bucco with spicy cilantro grematola, this will be a familiar flavor that can be prepared in just a matter of minutes with relatively little skill in the kitchen.
After the massive success of my slow cooker Mexican breakfast casserole, I thought I’d try to make another recipe with corn tortillas. I dunno, it’s something about the corn tortillas soaked in juices that make me think of delicious tamales. So I started with the basic idea of enchiladas this time and adapted it for the slow cooker.
This is comfort in a bowl. It’s rich, it’s smoky, it’s warm. It’s like having bbq and a chunky, hearty serving of soup in one meal. It’s also an all-in-one pot preparation, so what, if any, could be more perfect?
I’ve used dried navy beans particularly for its availability and its good shelf life. You could use pretty much any type, or even a combination of beans for this. Fresh, dried, canned – doesn’t matter. Just adjust your cooking times accordingly.