Tracy has an awesome Pork recipe for Tacos... I don't know how close it is.Here is another that is supposed to be WAY close. My mom always makes it and it is really good*Café Rio Pork*3-4 lb. pork roastCook in crock pot for 6 hrs. on low covered half way with water1 8 oz. bottle taco sauce1 T Cumin1 C brown sugar1 can coke or dr. pepper (no diet)Directions:1. Cook Pork Roast in Crock pot for 6 hrs on low covered half way with water2. Mix remaining ingredients3. Add to shredded pork. Cook for an additional 3 hours.and here is the dressing that is SO SO close. So so good. I make this and eat it for 2ish weeks on salads and with veggies.*Café Rio Salad Dressing*1 pkg.Buttermilk Ranch Dressing Mix1 C.Butter milk1 C.Mayonnaise1-2 Cloves of garlic½ -1/3 Bunch cilantro½ tsp. Lime juice½-1 Small jalapeno, seeds removedDirections: 1. In blender puree all ingredients until smooth consistency forms
Having not been to a Cafe Rio in almost a year we have to go it alone here! I use one 3 lb pork roast, one cup pace picante salsa one small can green chiles and 2 tablespoons of Bufalo Chipotle sauce (you can buy this at Smith's in Utah)... put all in the crock pot for 5-6 hours, at this point I add the juice of 1/2 to 1 lime and 1/2 cup brown sugar. I try a little at this point to see if I want more chipotle sauce... I keep cooking for 1-2 hours.Here is the Tomatillo dressing recipe that is spot on!3 fresh tomatillos, cut into quarters 1 package Ranch Buttermilk Dressing mix 1 cup mayonnaise or sour cream 1/3 to 1/2 cup buttermilk 1 cup fresh cilantro 2 cloves crushed garlic 1/4 teaspoon crushed cayenne pepper throw it all in the blender and blend away. Refrigerate one hour.
Katy referred to my shredded pork recipe--YES it's awesome and super easy. Always a plus. If you want it you can call me. :)
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