I've blogged about this dish before, but it's a staple in our home and as the days get cooler and shorter, we will be turning to meals like this more and more to warm us instantly as we come home from school and work. It doesn't hurt that it makes the whole house smell marvelously of garlicky, meaty goodness...and, it's the easy dinner meal you've ever prepared! The leftovers keep well and go nicely atop mixed greens for work lunch salads.
Ingredients: 1-2 lb. boneless pork loin 1 jar of salsa verde 4-6 medium sized garlic cloves, pureed
Put the pork loin in the slow cooker and pour 1 jar of green salsa over the meat (we always use Trader Joe’s salsa verde, but any green salsa will work). Then, crush 4 - 6 cloves of garlic over the meat. Walk away and let it cook 8 hours over low heat.
The meat will fall apart with the touch of a fork. Shred and place on warmed flour tortillas, topped with creme fraiche. Serve alongside a tomato and avocado salad.