At our house, this Slow-Cooker Tamale Pork Shoulder recipe is called “that amazing tamale pork thing” because, honestly, it is. For the simplicity of the ingredients, the flavor is unexpectedly good. Do use seasoned salt. And frozen onions, too. Keep them frozen—don’t thaw first. The tinier you cut the pork, the better you can arrange it in the crockery liner. Loin works well, too, you don’t need to use pork shoulder. When using loin, it’s less fatty because it’s easier to separate the fat out when you’re cutting it up. This is good with something veggie.
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