Crock-Pot Chalupa

This is basically a Mexican pork and pinto bean stew. A favorite to serve during neighborhood bonfires where I lived in Mississippi. Even better served with a fistful of Freetos! I use a bone-in pork shoulder roast for this- cutting as much meat off the bone as is easy but always throwing the bone into the pot as well. If you use a leaner cut of pork it just doesn't come out right at all- neither the texture nor the flavor. Another keeper from my ex mother-in-law.

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8hrs 10mins
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  • Stir all together into crock pot and cook 8 hours on high.
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"This is basically a Mexican pork and pinto bean stew. A favorite to serve during neighborhood bonfires where I lived in Mississippi. Even better served with a fistful of Freetos! I use a bone-in pork shoulder roast for this- cutting as much meat off the bone as is easy but always throwing the bone into the pot as well. If you use a leaner cut of pork it just doesn't come out right at all- neither the texture nor the flavor. Another keeper from my ex mother-in-law."
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  1. Debbie S.
    My family flipped over this dish. I used a pork tenderloin and simply laid it on top of the beans. When it was cooked, I shredded the pork and mixed it back into the beans. I also used taco seasoning mix instead of the spices (just lazy I guess). YUM!
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  2. Debbie S.
    My family flipped over this dish. I used a pork tenderloin and simply laid it on top of the beans. When it was cooked, I shredded the pork and mixed it back into the beans. I also used taco seasoning mix instead of the spices (just lazy I guess). YUM!
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  3. lolsuz
    This is basically a Mexican pork and pinto bean stew. A favorite to serve during neighborhood bonfires where I lived in Mississippi. Even better served with a fistful of Freetos! I use a bone-in pork shoulder roast for this- cutting as much meat off the bone as is easy but always throwing the bone into the pot as well. If you use a leaner cut of pork it just doesn't come out right at all- neither the texture nor the flavor. Another keeper from my ex mother-in-law.
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