Total Time
Prep 15 mins
Cook 20 mins

This is a wonderful recipe that was shown to be by an old friend from Mexico. Amounts are guessed at as I just throw it together. It is so easy and everyone just loves it! You can substitute the meat with almost anything. Shrimp, chicken, etc.


  1. Cut pork into strips and brown in oil.
  2. Cut tomatoes, onion and green peppers into strips while meat is cooking.
  3. When meat is cook through, add veggies, salt, pepper, garlic salt and a touch of ground red pepper for a little spice. Put a lid on it and let it simmer until the tomatoes break down. After that, it's just a matter of how soft you want your peppers.
  4. Serve with flour tortillas and top with mozzarella cheese and sour cream.
Most Helpful

Wow...This was a huge hit!!! It was SO easy to make, I felt almost guilty getting all those complements for it! I did leave out the salt and the garlic salt. I used some fresh garlic, roughly chopped instead. Added extra red pepper flakes, as well, because we like things spicey! Thanks for a great, easy, satisfying meal...

Chef dlwc58 November 06, 2008

With a lot of tomatoes, peppers & onions in the garden right now, I decided to try this recipe tonight. The only change I made was to season the pork liberally with Lawry's Seasoned Salt. It was very good, although very juicy. I will be making it again, but trying a different meat next time.

suzan August 05, 2007