Servings: 4, with leftover pork for 4 to 6
Throw a few things in the slow cooker in the morning and come home to fork-tender pork simmering in a rich, sweet sauce. Serve the relish alongside or use it as a topping for pulled pork sandwiches.
In a small bowl, mix the avocados, jalapeños, vinegar, and salt to taste. Serve with the pork.
4 great ideas for leftover pork
• Add to a quesadilla along with charred onions, peppers, and cheese.
• Stir into a frittata with roasted poblanos and corn.
• Mix into your favorite hash and serve with a poached egg.
• Layer with cheese, peaches, and hot sauce for a gourmet grilled cheese.
As written, this recipe serves a family of four with leftover pork; if you’re cooking it for a crowd, be sure to double the avocado relish.
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This is my go-to pulled pork dish. I think that the pork could use a touch of zing, but I recognize that few spices can survive 8 hours in the slow cooker. That said, don't let my implied negativity on the pork affect your judgement. The avocado relish is splendid and provides a great counterbalance to the relatively bland pork. My family loves this dish with rolls or simply served over white rice.
Honestly, I thought this lacked flavor. The meat cooked perfectly though. Pulling the pork was very easy and I used the left overs for tacos.
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