Pulled Pork Tacos


Here is one of my favourite dishes at the moment, Pulled Pork Tacos. The heart of this dish, as the name suggests, is succulent melt-in-your-mouth pork, complemented by home made fresh corn tortillas and tasty trimmings. This Mexican inspired fare is the perfect comfort food for cold days or for sharing with friends in summer alongside some ice-cold cervezas. If corn tortillas aren’t your thing, the pulled pork can also be enjoyed with fresh pasta or in a crusty baguette.


For the Pulled Pork:

– 1/2 kg Boneless pork shoulder

– 2 Brown onions

– 4 garlic cloves

– 1/2 bunch thyme

– 1 stick rosemary

– 2 Tbs cumin powder

– 2 Tbs coriander powder

– 2 Tbs mustard seeds

– 2 can crushed tomato

– 2 Tbs smoked paprika

– 1 Tbs chili powder or smoked chili powder.

For the Tortilla :

– 1 cup Maize meal

– 1 cup plain flour

– 1 Tsp baking powder

– 1 Tsp salt

– 1 – 2 cup warm milk

Method for the Pulled Pork:

Dice the donions, grate the garlic and chop the herbs. Cut the meat into cubes and put them in a large deep pot. Add the herbs, onions & garlic, herbs and spices. Add the crushed tomato and a cup of water. Cook for about 2 1/2 hours or until the meat falls apart . You can add a bit more water if the sauce thickens a bit too much.


Method for the Tortilla :

Mix the maize meal, flour, baking powder and salt. Add the warm milk. Knead the dough until smooth. Rest for ten minutes. Cut the dough into 80g pieces and roll with a rolling-pin into a round shape.


Lightly spray a frying pan with oil spray and cook for about 1 minute each side on medium heat.


Place some pork onto a tortilla, add your favourite trimmings and enjoy!


Bon Appetit!

Le Fermier

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