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School has started and for some reason I thought that life was going to settle down, but now I’m thinking that it may have just gotten busier! I swear that we always running around like crazy during the school year. From going to school, hitting the gym and doing sports, half the time dinner is the last thing on my mind. When I know we are going to have a crazy day, I love to throw something in the crock pot. Some of our favorite crock pot meals are burritos. We throw some kind of meat into the crock pot with some kind of sauce and then we get to put whatever toppings on there that we want. It’s also perfect for entertaining, you can make a lot and it doesn’t take more time. Along with these burritos, we always have to have rice be one of the toppings, it’s always in our pantry and it’s a great staple for burritos.
This is what you’ll need for the crock pot pork burritos:
2-5 lb pork tenderloin or roast
2-3 cans of Rotel
garlic powder (to the taste)
salt and pepper (to the taste)
Add all the ingredients to the crock pot and cook for 6 hours on high.
Here are the toppings that we like to put onto our burritos:
Because I am always in a rush to make dinner, I turn to Success® rice because they are so easy and don’t make a mess! Did you know that Success® rice is the only brand that have Basmati and Jasmine rice that you can boil in the a bag. They also have whole grain brown rice and white rice in the boil in the bag.
Success® rice is the original boil in a bag rice. It’s so easy to do and fool proof since you don’t have to measure anything. I have ruined rice before, but with this I don’t have to worry about it. And it only takes 10 minutes to make too, so that is a time saver and perfect for those busy and crazy days.
The Jasmine rice has a nice buttery and nutty fragrance and it went perfectly with the pork. The flavors just complimented each other.
We seriously love this meal!
If you love rice like I do, then check out this page for more rice recipes, .
What is your favorite recipe to cook with rice? Leave me a link and I would love to check it out!
This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf Success® Rice