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Slow-Cooker Braised Pork with Salsa

Winter 2004, The Essential EatingWell Cookbook (2004)

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With just a few ingredients, you can produce a full-flavored, meltingly tender pork stew in your slow cooker. Serve over quinoa or rice.



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17 Reviews for Slow-Cooker Braised Pork with Salsa

10/01/2013
Anonymous

I am a vegetarian, so this sounds disgusting.

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6 comments

Anonymous wrote 17 weeks 5 days ago

then why are you even

then why are you even reviewing this?????

Anonymous wrote 20 weeks 2 days ago

This is SO unhelpful! If

This is SO unhelpful! If you've never made this recipe, you have no business rating it. Keep your useless comments to yourself!

10/01/2013
Anonymous

I am a vegetarian, so this sounds disgusting.

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03/08/2013
Anonymous
Staple in our house

I make this with pork tenderloin. I cut it in chunks and throw all the ingredients into the crockpot (no browning, etc., b/c I hate crockpot recipes with extra steps on the prep end). I cook it for like 4-5 hours on low. When I get home I shred the meat, throw it in a large pan with the liquid and some fresh cilantro and then reduce the liquid 'til it's almost gone. I serve the meat with corn tortillas and all kinds of toppings (shredded radish, kohlrabi and/or lettuce, shredded cheese, diced avocado, sour cream, Mrs. Renfro's hot jalapeno salsa verde), or make enchiladas, burritos or quesadillas out of it, or just serve it over rice and beans for the kids (2 toddlers). Everyone loves it!

Easy and delicious
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01/24/2013
Anonymous
Help with this recipe

Do I cook this in the crock pot for 6-7 hours on high or low? PLEASE HELP!

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Anonymous wrote 49 weeks 4 days ago

Bring all ingredients up on

Bring all ingredients up on HI to a simmer, then turn to LO. Most of the cooking time is on LO.

02/14/2012
Anonymous
Delicious and easy!

I have 3 young children and an incredibly busy life style. This recipe is a "go to" as everyone, and I mean everyone, likes it. I use canned, petite diced tomatoes instead of the roma and add two chipotle peppers in adobo. We serve it with sour cream, cilantro, maybe a little shredded jack cheese, and high quality chips, black beans and rice. I think the salsa is key: make sure it is a good quality one. We like the mild Xochitl green salsa. Yum!

Simple, delicious, inexpensive
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