Wednesday, October 7, 2009

Sweet Pork Enchiladas

This recipe is one of the most shared recipes I have. I will share it with someone and then they will share it and so on. One reason is, it is so easy to make. The other reason is, it is full of flavor. What could be better than tender sweet pork accompanied by cheese that just melts in your mouth?

Sweet Pork Enchiladas
3-4 lbs pork (roast, ribs, whatever)
1 C. brown sugar
1 C. salsa
10-10 inch tortillas
Shredded Mozzarella
1 Can green enchilada sauce

Place pork in slow cooker and cover with sugar and salsa. Cook for 6-8 hours or until it shreds easily. Drain juice off pork. Roll shredded pork and cheese in tortilla and place in pan. Pour enchilada sauce over and sprinkle with any remaining cheese. Bake at 350 for 20 minutes. We serve it with sour cream and additional salsa.

Sometimes I cook extra pork and use the pork the next day for pulled pork sandwiches. I just add the cooked pork to a pan and heat through. I then add KC masterpiece Barbecue sauce until it is the consistency I want. This is as good or better than the kind you can buy pre-made in the store.

This cooked sweet pork is also good as the meat on a salad.
I hope you enjoy this recipe as much as my family and friends do. Don't forget to share this recipe and site with friends.


  1. I tried it and it was great! thanks for sharing the recipe! The meat tastes like candy it was so wonderful, and way yummy!

  2. Hi Julie! I've been meaning to try this recipe of yours forever now, but I wanted to know what type of pork you usually use. Thanks!

  3. I usually use boneless country pork ribs but you can use a pork loin or a pork roast too.

  4. Thanks, Julie! I can't wait to make it!


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