Normally, carne adovada (marinated meat, in this case pork) takes some time to prepare. You must marinate your meat in red chili, garlic and oregano, which is relatively easy, but you could skip those steps and just pick up a couple of ready-to-cook packages at Save Mart! There are different ways to cook carne adovada but this way works best for me:
In a large medium-hot skillet, heat one tablespoon of vegetable oil. Sear the marinated pork on both sides. About one minute each side. Place the pork in a crock-pot for 4 to 5 hours on medium heat. Serve with corn tortillas, cheese, beans, rice and fresh cilantro. Oh, and don’t forget the lime.