dh made this...he gets inventive so he changed it up some...more cumin and chili powder...made great burritos
Yummy!! Awesome flavor, used it for tacos but can see many, many different mexican dishes made with it. Thinking I'll use the leftovers for some type of burrito casserole or something similar.
I used a 5lb chuck roast and didnt change anything with the sauce except to use a 7oz can of green chiles. It was very good and so moist. I forgot about the red pepper flakes which is probably why it wasnt too spicy, but it was so flavorfull. I used 2 cups of water with 2 bullion cubes and it turned out to be way too much liquid so i put it in a pot with some cornstarch to make a wonderfull gravy. I served it over rice one night and in burritos another night.
I've made a LOT of attempts at an awesome taco meat. Nothing else has even come close to this one! I usually make it with a pork roast, but it's great either way. VERY flavorful! I've been asked for the recipe many times.
Yummy basic recipe. The meat was flavorful but not out-of-this-world. We'll use it again. Thank you!
Now I can make my favorite mexican dishes Al Carbone
Wonderful recipe!!! I made this for company and everyone loved it. We made burritos with it and added seasoned rice, beans, guacamole, and sour cream. The aroma from the slow-cooker made my mouth water all day. I'll never use a seasoning packet for burritos again.
this was really very good.i cut back on the spices by half,,for personal reasons. my son and i made burritos for us and the B/F just ate it plain. i served it with re-fried beans and corn on the cob. and it will be a repeat at our home.thank you for posting such a very good recipe.
This is great tasting and I loved that fact that it can all be thrown in the crockpot. I cooked mine the full 10 hours. I used it to make Tacos and it was wonderful. Can't wait to make Burritos with it. Thanks for sharing, Deb K.