Thanks for the coffee grounds beef crock pot recipe. I saved my coffee grounds this morning in anticipation of making it tonight.
Any help with a crock pot recipe for pork?
I have a favorite recipe for pork shoulder/butt inspired by Seaside Kitchen’s, Cassidy Flynn.
I have made this about 10 times in the last few months and believe I have something special. For best results, consume with generous helping of Red Bridge beer.
5 lbs pork butt or shoulder
2 jars of Mi Casa Salsa Verde Medium
7 oz can of diced green chili’s
1 teaspoon cumin
1/2 – 1 tablespoon sea salt (depends on taste)
1 teaspoon of pepper
2 chopped cloves of garlic
1 medium onion
½ cup of water
Chop up the garlic. And brown the garlic and onions in a pan with some butter, add to the crock pot.
Sear the pork shoulder/butt in the pan for 2-3 mins a side. Put into crock pot.
Deglaze the pan with the water and pour into crock pot.
Pour Salsa Verde, diced green chiles, cumin, salt and pepper into the crock pot.
Stir up the ingredients.
Cook on low for 8 hours.
“serves 1” = AWESOME! I love this. Now no reason to share at all! 🙂
Serves 1……..that’s awesome.
For best results, consume with Red Bridge — I’m making this tomorrow.
Thanks, John & Cassidy.
Making this happen tonight!! Thanks for the recipe!
Awesome. Thanks John.
Thanks this is awesome!
This recipe is a definite go to, throw some pickled red onions and avocado on top and you are ready to get down.
First time I have wholeheartedly disagreed with you John. Red Bridge beer is the most god-awful shit I have ever put in my mouth. I wanted to like it, I really did, because I love beer but the gluten fucks my stomach. Especially around #18 or so, but Red Bridge is awful.
Great recipe- I make a very similar one every week. Super cheap and easy protein.
You need to commit to it. I thought the same thing until I have a few 12 packs. Now I like it. Give it a chance.
Gonna try this out…gonna sub the red bridge with Guinness though
Making this tomorrow!
Hope the Crock Pot Diaries becomes a regular occurrence on TTMJ!
I also like Bard’s for gluten free beers
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Good recipe John.
What about ciders as a beer sub? Canada doesn’t have much choice for gluten free beers
Mmmmmmm……. Cross Foot
Where is this coffee ground beef recipe? It sounds gnarly.
It is on the post before this. You need to check all the post, flesh builds flesh.
Awesome recipe. I remember you mentioning slow cooking chicken with coconut milk and hot sauce before and that came out great, so I’m itching to try these out.
Thanks for the great recipe and all the great info on your sites. I made it for the guys at the fire station today and they destroyed it (even without the side of beer).
Bought 15lbs of Pork Butt at Costco yesterday, cooked it overnight, ate this for breakfast, lunch, and dinner today. Thanks John, great recipe
Solid recipe. I wish I was big enough that I could eat this in one sitting. Still working on it…
I used to drink about 2 beers per day but that stuff messes me up now. During hot summer nights I like Woodchuck Granny Smith ciders. A lot less sugar than most hard ciders. If you’re paleo and keep your fruit to a minimum it’s still plenty sweet and refreshing.
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Made it, it was terrific. Thank you John. Cooked it for 12 hours(by accident) and the pork was not dry as well as tender.
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This is fantastic! I used a different brand of salsa verde (Herdez in the glass bottle) and I only used one bottle. I used 1/2 c. orange juice instead of water to deglaze the pan. I pushed the garlic thru my little garlic press instead of chopping it; used 1 tsp of sea salt. Didn’t change anything else.
It was sooooo goooood! Picked up some “homemade” corn tortillas from a local mexican restaurant (Las Golandrinas – Orange County, CA) and made tacos out of it. Only need the meat topped with a little sour cream. It was amazing! Could open a restaurant with it! Very, very tasty. Will definitely be making this again and again!
Thank you for the wonderful recipe!
I had a bad experience with warm salasa verde at a mexican restaurant in south TX, so I’ve been resisting making this. Made it yesterday. DAMN it’s sooooooooooooo good! It’s the best pork from the slow cooker I’ve ever tasted. Totally smoked my former favorite recipe. WHEN WILL I LEARN TO JUST DO WHAT JOHN SAYS?!
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