This was delicious! Quite possibly the most delicious meat mixture for tacos I've ever had! I adore refried beans, so the idea of pork smothered in them was heavenly to me! Once shredded and mixed with the beans and cheese, this was one seriously amazing mixture. Will definitely make this again!
Very tasty, comparable to carnitas! Especially liked the fact that the meat was tender and juicy but not soupy and could actually be scooped into tacos. We did not add the cheese, but used the usual taco toppings and they were great.
I loved this recipe even my kids ate it without complaint. I used about 1 lb of boneless pork sirloin. I fried corn tortilla's. I didnt add anything extra to the crockpot and it can out great.
This was a very nice way to change up a pork roast. So so Yummy and so so easy!! I did use chopped onions, sour cream, cheese and hot sauce as my toppings though.
This recipe was very good and I think that it would've been excellent had it not been for a screw up on my part! I used a pork tenderloin that was frozen and when I put it in the crockpot, it tilted the lid allowing all the moisture to later escape. The pork mixture ended up being a bit on the dry side but was still yummy so I'm sure it will be absolutely wonderful the next time I make it! Thanks for a great, easy recipe!
This was great and easy! I put it on the night before, and then shredded it in the morning. I heated it up again for dinner! Served with taco shells, lettuce, onions, cheese and salsa!
My husband loves this dish! I cooked it on low for 8 hours and then it sat on warm for another two. The pork shredded beautifully and was very moist. This makes a lot, so make sure you have a big crowd. We were eating pork tacos for 4 days!! Thanks for a delicious, easy recipe!
This was okay and I liked the idea of mixing the cheese in with meat but my meat seemed kind of dry - maybe there should be some liquid added to the crockpot in addition to the meat and re-fried beans. Thanks for sharing!
It was OK. My meat wouldn't shred. I cooked it for 8 1/2 hours on low. I had to cut it into slices and make nachos instead of tacos.
One word -- WOW! Absolutely delicious! I made this for a potluck at work and I am the hero of the day. All 35 people in the office wanted the recipe and couldn't believe how easy it was. I heard over and over again it was the best thing they ever ate! I used a 6 lb. pork loin roast, and cooked it way longer than the recipe said to (about 18 hours on low) and it was just perfect. I had leftover shredded cheese, so we sprinkled it on top along with salsa (tortilla chips for a base). This is definitely a keeper. Thanks so much for this wonderful recipe.