Appetizers are my favorite type of food. I like them before my meals, after my meals, during my meals… Appetizers just make my heart start to flutter like true love, the way they look, they way they smell… I think you get the point. Anyway, appetizers are typically served before the main course of a meal but can easily be replace a main course if you are so inclined. This one requires a bit more effort than some, but I promise it will be worth it in the long run. Plus, the presentation is very impressive. I mean, I impress myself daily but it’s nice when someone else comments too!
Pork Wonton Tacos
Combine the soda and half of the teriyaki sauce. Put the pork butt in a crock pot or slow cooker and cover with the soda mixture. Cook on low for about 6 hours or until it’s ready to be shredded.
Fry the wontons in oil, shaping each wonton into a shell. I find it best to hold one side of the wonton and fold while frying. When the one side is crispy, flip it and hold it on the other side. This can be pretty tricky, but don’t give up! You will get it!!
Once the pork is done, remove from the pot and shred it. Add the remaining teriyaki sauce to the pork and mix well. Fill the wonton shells with pork. Top with raw coleslaw and squeeze lime juice over the top.You can use sour cream to dip these in if you like! Enjoy!!