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    Thumbs up Mojo Pork

    Since I'm back in cooking mode (thank you, Debbie! ), I've been having a fun week. Made the easiest and most flippin' fantastic dinner last night, so I just have to share:

    1 Pork Tenderloin (about 1 lb)
    1 bottle Publix Mojo sauce
    Water
    Crockpot

    Put tenderloin in crock pot
    Pour entire bottle of sauce over it
    Add water to cover pork
    Cook on low for 8 hours
    Enjoy! :tripeo:

    Seriously, it was so incredibly tender; and what little visible fat there was on the pork literally fell off in a chunk once it was cooked.

    I got a fresh baguette (can't find Cuban bread here), sliced it lengthwise and toasted it on a cookie sheet at 450 degrees for about 3 minutes, and made sandwiches with just the pork and a slice of low-fat swiss cheese (then I toasted it for another 2 minutes to get the cheese melted).

    Tonight the leftovers will be served over brown rice with black beans.
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    I make pork this way too, but never used it for sandwiches. I usually serve with the rice and Black beans first and those left overs are typically gone the next day! Think I will save some aside next time for sandwiches.
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    Mike cooked those sloppy Jane's last night while I was working out... they were good call!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by LeanyamR6 View Post
    I make pork this way too, but never used it for sandwiches. I usually serve with the rice and Black beans first and those left overs are typically gone the next day! Think I will save some aside next time for sandwiches.
    I hadn't actually intended to make it for sandwiches, but when I went through the bakery department, the baguettes were still hot from the oven... too warm and soft to resist. The pork was so moist and tender, it didn't even need any condiments.

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    Mike cooked those sloppy Jane's last night while I was working out... they were good call!!
    YAY!!!! Glad you liked them! I'll let you know once I try out the garlic chicken.
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    sounds delicious. I'll have to try this recipe.

    Here's an easy crock pot recipe that I like:

    Picante Chicken


    Ingredients: chicken breasts (about 1-2 lbs), salsa (about 24 oz jar. The cheap stuff works great), can or two of black beans, drained.

    Place ingredients in crock pot on low for about 8 hours. Serve with rice.
    To make this go further, shred the chicken after cooking and mix well with the picante/black bean sauce.

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    Yummm!! That sounds right up my alley; I do a similar recipe in the oven, but I never thought about crocking it. Yumm! Thanks for the idea!

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    I wish someone would teach me how to cook.








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    Quote Originally Posted by TomR1 View Post
    I wish someone would teach me how to cook.
    Cooking isn't hard with a crock pot. You just throw a bunch of stuff in and turn it on. Hours later, voila, you have dinner.

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