Carnita Pulled Pork with Mexican Beans


Carnitas, literally meaning "little meats", is a dish of Mexican cuisine. Seasoned pork is slow cooked until tender served with mexican beans that are packed with a punch. Product delivered frozen. 800g, serves 2.

Preparation, cooking and serving instructions

Frozen product. Once defrosted, heat, and consume within 48 hours. 

From frozen, carefully place the bags into some boiling water from the kettle to thaw the outside so the contents can release from the bag. Gently pour the bag contents into two separate saucepans, and heat slowly over low heat for approximately 15 mins or until it is warmed through and gently simmering. 

From thawed, gently pour the contents of the bags into two separate saucepans and warm slowly over medium heat until gently bubbling and warmed through. 

You can serve with rice or a Mexican soft tortilla. 

If you want to increase the sourness, give it a squeeze of lemon.

Any leftovers would be perfect stuffed in a soft tortilla for lunch.

Customer Reviews

Based on 23 reviews
Tara R
So good

I'm not really a fan of beans or mexican food but my hubby is. Gave this a go and it was delicious!
Comes as 2 packets, 1 with pulled pork the other with the tomato/beans/capsicum 'salsa'?
The pork was not at all dry, almost like a thick casserole really.
We served it on soft tortillas with a pineapple salsa and guacamole.
There was a little leftover with 2 people, will definitely order again.

Virginia L

Loved it had it with burritos, Cheese and avocado

Great Value for Money

This is such an easy meal to prepare and really feeds a lot more than 2 people when used as a taco filling

Taco Tuesday!

Loved this meal. We used it for taco fillings and it was enough for two meals. The flavours were great. Very similar to when we make it ourselves but without the effort! A super easy taco Tuesday (and Wednesday!)

Delicious Goodness

The flavour and juiciness of the pork.... yum! We served this with a little rice, avocado, a squeeze of lime and sprinkle of cheese. My husband thought it would be delicious in rolls. It would be amazing in tortillas.