Slow Cooking Thursday~Carnitas

Slow Cooking Thursday is hosted by Diary of a Stay at Home Mom.
3 pound pork roast
5 teaspoons minced garlic
1 bunch cilantro, chopped
1 teaspoon sea salt
1 jalapeno pepper, seeded and chopped
12 ounces Amberbock Beer
  • Place pork roast in bottom of slow cooker.
  • Toss the pepper, salt, cilantro, jalapeno and garlic together.
  • Spread around and over roast.
  • Pour beer over everything.
  • Cover and cook on high 5-6 hours until pork is tender and fork pulls easily.
  • Serve with warm tortillas, your favorite toppings and salsa.

I do the memes: Menu Plan Monday hosted by aura at I'm an Organizing Junkie, Favorite Ingredient Friday hosted by Kathryn at Overwhelmed with Joy, Freezer Food Friday hosted by MJ at mjpuzzlemom, Scrumptious Sunday hosted by Meredith at Mercedes Rocks and Slow Cooking Thursday hosted by Sandra at Diary of a Stay at Home Mom. Doing them all make great additions to help keeping me on track and finding so new recipes!


Barbara said...

These sound yummy! Did you see I'm making your taco salad this week! :)

Michelle said...

I've never heard of Carnitas,I can't wait to try this recipe.thanks for sharing..have a great thursday..

Mom24 said...

MMMMM! I love mexican recipes. This sounds really good.

Crockstar said...

This sounds delicious and so easy. Plus it will give me an excuse to buy some Amberbock beer.



Sandra said...

These sound SO good....Yummy!

Crockpot Lady said...

Tamy, this sounds wonderful! I'm going to put the link in my pork page. I so wish I could eat pork. Everything sounds so wonderful.


The Apron Queen said...

Sounds delicious. Thanks for sharing! :D

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Janet said...

I swear you've got some of the BEST recipes ever!

Tried this one Sunday...superb!!! Oh so delish :-)

Janet said...

Oh...but you didn't say in your recipe when to put the jalapeno in! I just guessed it went with the pepper, salt, cilantro and garlic and YUM!