Slow Cooker Carnitas
by Brian and Patricia Dake
Taco trucks have become increasingly popular in the greater Bay Area, making an easy way to snag dinner without needing to cook and heat the house up. Everything from pollo, carne asade to carnitas can be enjoyed, but if a taco truck isn’t handy to your neighborhood or you want to explore a twist on taco tradition, we have an idea for you.
This month we’re featuring two recipes that can be combined for epicurean perfection. If you want to stick with a traditional taco and do it at home, try out our slow cooker carnitas. Depending on the size of pork shoulder you select, this recipe is good for several meals. The meat is delicious served in either corn or flour tortillas with all the fixings. If you choose to venture into new territory, try using it as a topping for a white masa dinner waffle.
This waffle recipe is seasoned with cilantro and green chili. Topped with black beans, tomatoes, avocado, carnitas, green tomatillo sauce, and sour cream, it is ideal for lunch, dinner, or, my personal favorite, a lazy summer brunch…continue reading the Summer issue of SEARCH Magazine.