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Mexican Sweet Potato Pork Pulled On Rice-Paleo

Mexican Sweet Potato Pork Pulled On Rice-Paleo

Mexican Sweet Potato Pork Pulled On Rice-Paleo

Last week I showed you how to make sweet potato pilaf. So this week I'll have to show you just one of the many things you can do with it. I have a lot of ideas in my head, but I'm starting with this: Mexican Sweet Potato Pilaf-Paleo / All Pulled Pork To 30!

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Instant Pot or Stew Pot, All More Than esi

Drawn pork meat, can make in the Fixed Potor Stew Pot. This spicy sweet potato will be soft and juicy and perfect to put on top of rice. Of course, I've added some greens: chopped lettuce and garnished with avocado and a little sauerkraut. But the pico de gallo is also a great choice!

Paleo and all 30!

I know many of you are watching your grain intake. I definitely do after reading the cereal brain! This is a great way to get complex carbohydrates without grain. And of course it has protein and healthy fats.

1 jalapeño mint (use as much or as much as you want (use 2 teaspoons))

Sea salt and freshly ground black pepper


4cupschopped romaine

2 avocado peeled and sliced

Pico de gallo, purple cabbage ...



Combine all spices and mix well.

Place the onions and broth in the stew or ready-made container.

Rub the pork all over with spices.

Add the pork into the casserole dish or in the instant container.

For Casserole: Set the casserole dish low for 10 hours or high for 6 hours. I prefer low to 10, it looks a little more delicate. When finished, take the meats out of the pot and place them on the cutting board, all of them except 1/2 cup liquid and onion. Use two forks to shred, smash along the way. Add pork to the pot with the remaining liquid and onion

Spice and mix with any of the spices you can bite on, but remember, sweet potato rice is a little spicy :)

If you want fried crisp edges, fry in a hot pan for a few minutes!

For Instant Pot: Close the lid and make sure the drain valve is closed.

Press 'Et' and set to 60 minutes. Carefully release the valve with oven glove or spoon to relieve pressure when meat is being made.

Remove meat from the pot and place on cutting board, 1/2 cup liquid and discard the onions. Use two forks to shred pork, without throwing oil along the way. Add back to Pot instantly

If you need pork in season with any of the spices you rub, but remember, sweet potato rice is a bit spicy :)

If you want fried crispy edges, wait a few minutes in the Instant Pot by using the sauteed feature!

Sweet Potato Rice:

Prepare all the materials. If you want to see how to work with hot pepper, see above blog article.

Put the big pan over high heat for two minutes, add olive oil, butter or ghee when the pan is too hot

Add onions and peppers to the pan and cook for 6-7 minutes with occasional stirring (warm to medium degree if necessary)

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