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5-Ingredient Pulled Pork Enchilada Casserole

By: Annie from
5-Ingredient Pulled Pork Enchilada Casserole
5-Ingredient Pulled Pork Enchilada Casserole
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5-Ingredient Pulled Pork Enchilada Casserole combines the flavor of an enchilada recipe with the cozy comfort of a pasta casserole. The first step in making this casserole is cooking the pork chops in a slow cooker before shredding them. Then, the shredded pork is mixed with enchilada sauce, cooked pasta, canned beans, and shredded cheese and baked in the oven. If you have trouble deciding between pasta and Mexican casseroles, then this recipe is truly the best of both worlds. For a hearty dinner recipe, look no further than this casserole.


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That is such a great tip to use pork chops for the braised pulled pork - it really saves on cooking time as compared to a shoulder roast, and you don't have the messy and tedious task of separating a lot of fat from the sauce afterwards! Plus I come from an Italian family, so I love all things pasta!

This is a confusing recipe that sounds more like pulled pork chili. But then it contains pasta! I don't think it sounds anything like an enchilada, but I still can't wait to make it. We love pulled pork , chili, pasta, and cheese, so I am sure we will like this recipe. Thanks for the creative pork recipe. I don't make much more than pulled pork because my pork recipe file is pretty slim.


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