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Slow cooking a boneless pork shoulder with some onions, green peppers and jalapeno - what should I do with it for dinner?

Slow cooking a boneless pork shoulder with some onions, green peppers and jalapeno - what should I do with it for dinner?

asked by Sarasita over 7 years ago

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added over 7 years ago

Merrill's pork tacos!

http://www.food52.com/recipes...

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JudyH
added over 7 years ago

After it's cooked, cut the pork into cubes if you haven't already, and brown in a hot oven to make carnitas. Reduce your cooking liquid to serve with it. Serve with slaw made with an oil, vinegar, cumin and cilantro dressing and corn tortillas.

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lbcashmanRD
added over 7 years ago

you could throw some red potatoes in the pot in the last hour and just have a meal finished. If you want to get fancier I like JudyH's idea OR you could go a bit korean-esque with lettuce cups (since meat so rich) and fresh cilantro/lime with reduced braising liquid as sauce. Enjoy!

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JessicaBakes
added over 7 years ago

cooking pork shoulder with a couple tablespoons of smoked paprika and about a tsp of fennel seeds makes for something that tastes a lot like pepperoni...but more delicious and tender!

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