- 1 pound 90% lean ground pork
- 2 teaspoons olive oil
- 1 cup white onion (chopped)
- 2 cups new potatoes (cooked, cut into 1/4-inch cubes)
- 1 1/4 cups tomatillo salsa
- 1 cup frozen corn (thawed)
- 1/4 cup cilantro
- 1/4 cup queso fresco (crumbled)
- Heat olive oil over medium heat in a large skillet; add onion and sauté for about 5 minutes.
- Add ground pork, breaking into crumbles with the back of a spoon and turning frequently until browned on all sides.
- Add potatoes, salsa and corn; stir and cook 10-15 minutes or until heated through. Fold in cilantro and sprinkle with cheese. Serve immediately.
Chuck E. 29 days ago
Very simple process with everything cooked in 1 pan - dish was a crowd pleaser! Added a 1/3 of a chopped red pepper near the end for additional flavor.
Maldonado 27 Nov 2018
everyone asked for seconds! i added more spices to the meat, and cut the potatoes smaller so they would cook quicker. i also added peppers. making it again!
Meagan McWhorter 2 Nov 2018
delicious! This will definitely be going in the dinner rotation.
Brian Axelson 31 Oct 2018
very tasty,would make it again, made 4 large portions
Michael Savage 26 Oct 2018
fantastic. doing this again soon. super simple. we used caynne chiplote salsa and served with white rice. loved it and full of flavor.
Kayla Juillerat 11 Oct 2018
Loved it! The potatoes need to be done differently in my opinion though. They came out too hard. Other than that, the flavor was great and its a simple meal.
Nicole Benham 1 Sep 2018
I made this last week and the whole family loved it.
Forbes 27 Aug 2018
I added extra sauce. it was good
Jordan Gonzalez 6 Aug 2018
Great meal, added red pepper
Ivis 8 Jul 2018
I don’t know why the author calls this Cuban picadillo because this is nothing close to it. The real recipe calls for onions, sweet bell peppers, garlic Which are pureed and fried in olive oil, then ground beef, tomato paste, Tomato purée, capers, olives, raisins, fried cube potatoes optional, Salt, some additional garlic, onion powder, cumin and oregano powder to taste, dry white cooking wine simmer
Hollingsworth 27 Jun 2018
I didn’t follow the recipe exactly, used salt and pepper and added a red bell pepper, we thought it was good
McCarthy 26 Jun 2018
amazing! toddlers loved it and ate 2 servings each.
Cook Lover 24 Jun 2018
Muy sencillo de preoarar y super delicioso . Plato preferido de mi hija de 9 años .
Akasha Howerton 24 Jun 2018
Added red bell pepper and a seeded Serrano just because. Also used fresh corn, they are 7 for a dollar so I used 3 cobs worth. Definitely either cut the potatoes small or plan for longer cooking. Served with sour cream, cotija, and cilantro. My husband said it was one of the best things he's eaten.
Melissa G. 5 Jun 2018
Used a bit extra cilantro and queso fresco amd it was amazing. the husband had 3 servings
Karen Dutchover 5 Jun 2018
Not as flavorful as we expected. could use some seasoning on the pork itself.
Trent K. 4 Jun 2018
used Hatch NM green chili salsa and a few jalapenos to crank up the heat. Wished I would have added a few cloves of garlic. Very tasty!
Melissa Neva 4 Jun 2018
Used regular salsa and Mexican cheese! still came out good
LauraLee C. 31 May 2018
So good and so simple!
Sam 30 May 2018
This is a simple and amazing tasting one skillet meal! I found that dicing the potatoes smaller works better for cooking time. I would definitely recommend this recipe
lauren carter 22 May 2018
lovely!! would definitely have it again!
Haley B. 15 May 2018
wonderful! i did cook it longer, added salt, red pepper and a small can of diced tomatoes. my husband said it was probably the best thing i had ever cooked.
Callum Potts 9 Apr 2018
good but would have cooked the potatoes longer in future.
Benjamin Allen 6 Apr 2018
A little watery, needs more than 10 minutes to cook. Might finish in oven and/or add an egg.
Stacey C. 17 May 2016
I fixed this recipe one morning for our lunches one particular day. When everyone came home that night, they said that we could have this again really soon. Loved the flavors!