How to Make Pork Tacos?
How to make pork Tacos
Things you will need for Pork Tacos!
Lemon or Lime
Jalapenos, Salsa Verde or Onion (optional)
How to make Pork Tacos?
Cut Pork meat in large chunks. If you buy a pork roast or pork shoulder blade, you should chop it up and cook the amount that you will need for your tacos. The amount that you cook depends on how many people you will serve the pork tacos to.
Season the Pork meat with Seasoning Salt, Onion Powder and Garlic Powder. This will make the Pork Meat taste really good. The smell of the Pork cooking with the seasonings is delicious.
Boil Pork Meat in a saucepan for at least an hour. Allowing the Pork meat to cook a long time will allow it to be soft, tender, and crumbly. The longer you cook the pork meat, the better the meat will taste in your tacos.
Heat up some corn tortillas in a frying pan with a little vegetable oil to add taste. Heat up at least four tortillas per person.
Cut a soft ripe Avocado in half. Spread a little of the ripe avocado on the heated tortilla. Add the desired amount of cooked pork meat. Be careful not to overload the taco because the tortilla will rip and the taco will fall apart. Even better, you can use two tortillas and get fuller faster.
Sprinkle some table salt on the pork meat and add lemon or lime. Roll up the pork taco and enjoy.
Additional ingredients for Pork Tacos.
Adding some diced up Jalapenos, Onions or Salsa Verde will add flavor.
You can use lemon juice or squeeze a wedge of lime on your taco(s).
Also, some people enjoy cilantro on their pork tacos.
We like to use the pickled jalapenos on our pork tacos.
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