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This pork tenderloin recipe is a wonderful treat and is great when served with rice, beans and tortillas. I highly recommend using the New Mexico Green Chiles, if you happen to have them in your area. If not, you can substitute jalapenos. If you find them frozen or in the can, they are precooked so no need to do anything but put them in the crock pot. If you happen to use fresh chiles or jalapenos, you will need to cook them first.
- Place the pork tenderloin in the crock pot.
- Place the remaining ingredients on top of the pork tenderloin.
- Cook on low for approximately 8 hours.
- If the water is low before the cooking time is up, add 1/2 cup of water at a time.
- If there is water left over after cooking, drain the water.
- Shred with fork, then serve with tortillas or use as taco/burrito filling.