Also on these boards
4/13...Tried this tonight for dinner. DEFINITE WINNER!!! Will absolutely do again...finally a yummy pork chop : ) TPW_2269 by Ree Drummond / The Pioneer Woman, via Flickr
EASY CROCKPOT CARNITAS: 4-5 lbs. pork shoulder 5 cloves garlic 1 tablespoon salt 1 teaspoon cumin 1 teaspoon chili powder 1 teaspoon black pepper 1 teaspoon oregano ¼ teaspoon cinnamon ½ teaspoon cayenne pepper 1 tablespoon chipotle hot sauce (optional) juice of 2 limes ½ cup orange juice 12 ounces beer ½ cup salsa (I like to use a less chunky one)
5-Star*****Carnitas..this smells unbelievable in the CROCKPOT. It is So delicious..read directions carefully-uses a 4-5lb. pork shoulder or butt, but once you shred it and remove most of the fat, it's enough for a meal with leftovers, even better the next day! My daughter asks for this...and brings friends!
This is some of the best pulled pork I've had in a long time, and it also doesn't include any highly processed ingredients.
Pork chops can go from succulent, juicy, and amazingly savory to cardboard in just a few moments. The trick all comes down to temperature. A perfectly cooked chop should be 140 F inside, slightly pink, and visibly juicy. How do you get such perfection? Here are a few tips: 1. Brine! Brining your meat helps keep the moisture in and seasons it from the inside out. 2. Go thick. It’s a lot easier to control the temperature of the meat with thicker cuts. Thinner cuts cook quickly, so they’re easy to over-cook. 3. Rest. Let your meat rest for at […]
Ranch Pork Chops In The Crock-pot (pork Chops, Ranch Packet, Cream Of Chicken Soup, 1 Can Water) ~ Cook On Low For 4 To 6 Hours. Amazing! Goes Great With Mashed Potatoes. The Soup And Ranch Mix Make A Gravy.