Being back in Utah has reunited us
with a lot of our most loved foods.
Fry Sauce for one.
Cafe Rio for two.
I thought I would help those of you out that aren’t close to a Cafe Rio.
Here is a recipe that I recently tried and loved.
Homemade Cafe Rio Pork.
It is made in a crockpot, so it’s perfect for Sundays.
Cook the 5-6 lb. pork roast alone in a crock pot on low overnight.
In the morning add
1 Liter Dr Pepper
1 cup brown sugar
3/4 cup white sugar
2 clove minced garlic
6 oz red taco sauce
7 oz can green chilis
1 tsp cumin
1/4 tsp cayenne pepper
After about 4 hours, shred the pork and let cook for another 2 hours.
You can serve this burrito style, enchillada style or over a yummy salad.
Just don’t forget the cilantro and lime.
Funny, I scheduled this post two weeks ago, but lately two of my friends have both posted a variation on this recipe. You know it’s good, if it’s all over the blogosphere. The slow cooker part makes it great for this hot time of the year.