Pork Verde Recipe for Dinner
One of the things I like a lot about Pork Verde is you can make it the day before, as you making one meal you can start the meal for the next day on a back burner. By making it the day prior the flavor has more of an opportunity to enhance the whole meal. Or you can have it the same night. Pork Verde doesn’t require a lot of your attention making it easy to get the other parts of your dinner done.
I buy my pork meat cubed at the supermarket that gives me the ability to control my portion sizes. No sometimes amount of pork that you need to buy is larger than you need to use but still you can wrap it and save it for another meal freeze it or come up with a different pork meal for later in the week.
I always like adding too recipes, and as long as you don’t get too far out of bounds you can play with the flavors of your dinner.
That’s why I like mushrooms little diced garlic and even some McCormick’s grill mates. I remember these things carry some flavors and don’t go porn have a bottle in their otherwise you end up going out to Chinese Dinner because your Pork Verde didn’t turn out right.
With the busy world that we live in there is nothing wrong with using pre made sauces it’s economical as well as practical.
Now I have a can of Refried beans to go with the Pork Verde and if you look at the second picture you’ll see that after I took the lid off I took the can opener and started opening the bottom of the can and the beans to slide right of the can without having to make a mess it all has to do with vacuum.
In the plated up picture you can see that I have larger hunks of pork than what you get in restaurant, I referred this way if you like them smaller and smaller your dinner you can do it!
Pork Verde Recipe
Yield: 4 servings
Prep Time: 15 Minutes
Cooking Time: 1 ½ Hours
Total Time: Under two hours
- Cubed Pork
- Onions, Mushrooms and Garlic (minced)
- A couple of Shakes of the Grill Mates Chipotle & Roasted Garlic
- Pre-made Verde Salsa
- Brown your Pork in the pot that you’re going to add all the other ingredients’ too
- Cut up you’re Onions and Mushroom as the Meat is Browning
- Add the Onions and Mushrooms to the Meat and let them cook together for about 10 to 15 minutes
- Add the Verde Salsa and let the whole thing simmer for 45 minutes to an hour.
- Serve with Rice and Beans