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Slow-Cooked Pork Verde Tacos

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8 servings
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Slow-Cooked Pork Verde Tacos

Notes From The Producer

The secret ingredient to this recipe is patience. Perfect for a weekend day at home: just get everything into a large pot in the oven, then walk away for four or five hours. When you come back, you’ll be 20 minutes away from a homemade taco night that rivals any Mission taqueria.

Makes 8 servings

Active Time: 20 minutes

Total Time: About 5 hours


What You Get:

Cubed pork shoulder
Red onion
Salsa verde
Black beans
Corn tortillas
Cilantro
Sour cream

What You’ll Need:

Salt

Step 1: Slice the red onion into thin wedges. Rinse the cilantro, trimming off any woody stems.

Step 2: Put the pork shoulder into a large lidded pot. Pour salsa over the top, adding about half the sliced onion and a generous pinch of salt. Bake in a 250°F oven, covered, for about 4-5 hours. The meat should be fork-tender. In the last 20 minutes, add the drained black beans to the pot (or heat separately in the microwave, if your family prefers).

Step 3: Carefully (it’s hot!) use a fork to shred the meat. Reheat tortillas in the microwave, over an open flame or in a clean pan. Heat two at a time and stack in a towel to steam the tortillas through and keep them warm.

Step 4: Fill tortillas with meat, beans, and some of the sauce. Top with cilantro leaves, a dollop of sour cream and a sprinkle of chopped onions.

Step 5: This recipe is designed to make plenty of leftovers, so save the remaining pulled pork for other easy weeknight dinners. Some of our favorites: taco salad (meat and beans on top of chopped greens, with tortilla chips for bonus points). Mexican-style fried rice (scramble pork verde with eggs, onions and Spanish rice), or the kids’ all-time favorite, nachos (spread tortilla chips out on a baking sheet, then top with pork, shredded cheese, beans, sliced jalapeños, and salsa and bake or broil until crisp).

Contains: milk.

Product Details

Time: 20 min active, 5 hrs total. Makes 8 servings.

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About The Producer

Good Eggs Meal Kits
San Francisco, CA
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