Thursday, June 11, 2009

Slow Cooking Thursday

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Habanero Pork Sandwiches

3lb pork shoulder roast
2 cans enchilada sauce
1/2 packet cheap-ass taco seasoning
2 habanero peppers, seeded and diced

Trim fat from roast, and put all ingredients in crock pot. Cook for 11-12 hours on low, or 6-7 hours on high; after that time, remove pork, if cooking on low turn heat to high, shred pork, and put back in pot for 20 mins. Serve on sandwich rolls with shredded cheese.

10 comments:

Susanne said...

I love habanero sauces. A little too hot for my girl but me and my boy can sure gobble them up!

I have an award for you over at my place today.

mjpuzzlemom said...

Looks good!

HollyB said...

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Renee said...

This sounds wonderful! Thanks for sharing.

Sarah said...

yum! this is a must try :)

Snow White said...

yum... shredded cheese makes everything better!

Sara said...

I tried this last night and it was FABULOUS!

Mari said...

This sounds so good. I love crockpot sandwich recipes this time of year.

Nicole Feliciano said...

I do a recipe/food tip exchange on Fridays. Thought you might to link up with this tip or another juicy tidbit from the week:

http://momtrends.blogspot.com/2009/06/friday-feasts-fennel-salad.html

Michele said...

HaHaha... "cheap-ass taco seasoning"! I thought I was the only one who called it that!... HaHaHa!