Today's blog post comes courtesy of last night's dinner. This dinner was sort of contrived while sitting in my car outside the grocery store. I knew I wanted to make a pork or beef taco type thing in the crockpot, so I hit up trusty Pinterest for ideas. This is the result.
1. Take a 3 pound pork loin and cut off some of the big fat piece. Rub with cumin, sea salt and fresh ground pepper. Brown on all sides in a skillet with olive oil for a few minutes on each side.
2. Put into a crock pot with 1/2 an onion quartered and a couple spoonfuls of minced garlic. Add a 16 oz jar of Salsa Verde. Cover and cook on low for about 8 hours. Mine was taking a long time so with about 1 hour to go, I chopped the pork into smaller hunks and turned it up to high.
3. When the pork can shred easily with a fork, shred it in the liquid and add a handful of fresh cilantro. Stir and let it sit for a few minutes while you get everything else together.
5. Serve on corn tortillas (not totally paleo) with whatever toppings you'd like. Mine had sour cream, lettuce, tomato, homemade guacamole, more salsa verde, more cilantro and a squeeze of lime.
Totally delish and everyone in the house loved it. Tacos are great like that because the family can top them however they want.