Red Chile Crock Pot Carne Adovada Recipe

Roadrunner Chile Company Red Chile Crock Pot Carne Adovada recipe

Red Chile Crock Pot Carne Adovada

Slow cooked until the pork is so tender it pulls apart easily with a fork, carne adovada is a traditional New Mexican dish that can be served with warm tortillas or rice or used to make delicious enchiladas, tamales, tacos, or posole.  Try this carne adovada recipe today!

Red Chile Crock Pot Carne Adovada
 
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Serves: 12-16
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  1. Add pork to a 6-quart slow cooker. Combine red chile sauce, garlic, and oregano. Pour over the roast. Cover and cook on low for 6-8 hours, turning occasionally, until the meat is soft.
  2. Remove the roast to a cutting board and use a large fork to pull apart the meat, discarding any fat or inedible bits of meat as you do so. 3. Add the meat back into the crockpot and mix thoroughly with the sauce. Serve alone with a salad and warm flour tortillas, or use for other recipes such as red chile enchiladas, tamales, tacos, or posole. Any leftovers can be frozen for future use!