Wednesday, March 7, 2012

Shredded roast tacos-Crockpot recipe

These are the most wonderful tacos that I've ever eaten! 


I love it when I find a recipe that is super easy to prepare and great tasting. That's what these tacos are.

Here is what you will need.
1 4lb-5lb beef roast
1/4-1/2 cup taco seasoning (we like more flavoring so I add 1/2 cup)
1 1/2 cups salsa
and your crock-pot, of course.



















Place your roast in the crock-pot then add your seasoning then pour over the salsa. 



Put lid on the pot, turn on for 5 1/2 hours on high. After roast is done, remove it and shred the meat with a fork and then place back in the crock-pot for 30 minutes to get all the juices incorporated back into the meat.

That's it-easy peezy! Add to your shells, lettuce, tomato and cheese.



They are DELICIOUS! Enjoy :0)

I'm linking this to Wow Us Wednesdays over at Savvy Southern Style



From the Heart,


Jana

13 comments:

  1. this looks delicious and a change from the usual mince in tacos :)

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  2. Thank you~They are great. Since the first time that I've made them I've never made ground beef/turkey tacos again.

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  3. That sure looks good. Thanks for sharing at Wow.

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  4. Thank you and thank you for hosting Kim.

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  5. I found this recipe by way of pinterest. It is sooo darn easy and good. I used a lime and garlic salsa. My house was so fragrant and everyone (even the picky 2yr. old) loved the tacos. Thanks!

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    1. So glad that you found the recipe and liked it Devon Joyce. It's a favorite around here. Lime and garlic salsa sounds like it would be good too, might have to try that combination sometime. Thanks for stopping by.

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  6. Oh Jana, this is right up my alley. Am pinning this one! :)

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  7. How much does it make? I am feeding 2.5 people. Is it good as a left over?

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  8. Does it matter what type of beef roast you use???

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    1. Molly,
      I usually use a beef rump roast but I suppose it really doesn't matter.

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  9. I'm curious...I sent my husband to the store for a roast and he came home with a pork roast. I'm home with a sick kiddo today and don't want to get him out so I'm thinking about trying this with the pork...do you think it would work?

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    1. Did you try it with the pork roast? Because I was thinking about it but I wasn't sure.

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