This heart-warming one-pot makes for an easy dinner with lots of flavour. Rice, pork, black beans and a blend of Mexican stock and spices simmer together before being tossed with spring onion slices and sharp apple cubes. It's everything you'd want in a burrito without the additional carb. Garnish it to taste and top it with a drizzle of soured cream and some zingy lime juice.

Cook our delicious Mexican Pork One-Pot in just Minutes

We’ve sourced and blended all of the unique flavour ingredients to make our authentic Mexican Pork One-Pot. We bring these all together in a recipe kit, which consists of 3 flavour pots; a Roasted Whole Spices pot, a Smoky Chipotle Paste pot and a Mexican Stock Pot pot. Simply follow our recipe, adding a few items from your fridge, to cook this delicious Mexican Pork One-Pot in just 30 minutes.

How Our Recipes Kits Work

We provide flavour ingredients:

  • Roasted Whole Spices
  • Smoky Chipotle Paste
  • Mexican Stock Pot

Your shopping list:

pork mince
Basmati rice
black beans
granny smith apple
spring onions
soured cream(optional)
lime (optional)

Our 30 minute recipe

  • 1.

    Fry the pork mince

    Put the kettle on.

    Heat a little oil in a lidded saucepan over medium high heat. Fry the pork mince, breaking it up with a spatula and stirring until golden. (Tip: once the liquid evaporates from the pork and it starts to sizzle, turn the heat down to medium-low so it doesn't burn. Stir vigorously, scraping the pan until it's golden brown.)

    Next, add the ROASTED WHOLE SPICES and fry for 30 secs.

    Add the SMOKY CHIPOTLE PASTE along with 1 tsp of sugar and 2 tbsps of water and mix it in. 

  • 2.

    Add the rice and beans

    Add the rice and stir fry for 30 secs to coat the grains in the paste.

    Add the black beans.

    Add the MEXICAN STOCK POT to the pan and stir it in. Then pour in 300ml boiling water, and gently stir until the stock paste has fully dissolved. Then bring it back to the boil, turn the heat down to low, cover, and let it simmer for 10-12 mins, or until the rice is tender. 

  • 3.

    Prep the garnishes

    While the rice cooks, peel and cut the apple (into cubes) and slice the spring onions (thinly). 

  • 4.


    When the rice is done, remove the lid and toss through the apple and spring onions, then serve immediately with some soured cream and a squeeze of lime on top (if using). 


Mexican Pork One-Pot Reviews

BASED ON 2399 reviews

Anne - Jun 13, 2019

Very nice. Very tasty. Seemed to be lacking something which me and hubby debated over 2 empty plates. Next time I’ll use double apple and also put some strained chopped tomatoes in it too. Very nice tho. When I was cooking it the dog was going bonkers and she’s a picky princess.

Jennifer - Jun 13, 2019

2nd time having this, so quick, easy and tasty

Dan - Jun 10, 2019


Branwen - Jun 09, 2019

Tasty and really easy to make. I added some leftover chorizo.

Helen - Jun 08, 2019

Couldn’t find any black beans that didn’t say “may also contain gluten”, so used sweetcorn instead, but very nice!

Kellie - Jun 05, 2019

Really enjoyed this meal

Leanne - May 31, 2019

Lovely dish very easy to do . Kids loved it too

Leanne - May 31, 2019

Lovely dish very easy to do . Kids loved it too

Rob - May 30, 2019

Very tasty

Lianne - May 30, 2019

Loved it!

Jennifer - May 28, 2019

Loved it! Very easy and tasty

Jenny - May 22, 2019

I made this with turkey mince and served it when a friend came for dinner. She liked it so much she signed up for Simply Cook ! I’ve ordered it again so will try it with pork next time

Jenny - May 22, 2019

I made this with turkey mince and served it when a friend came for dinner. She liked it so much she signed up for Simply Cook ! I’ve ordered it again so will try it with pork next time

Jenny - May 22, 2019

I made this with turkey mince and served it when a friend came for dinner. She liked it so much she signed up for Simply Cook ! I’ve ordered it again so will try it with pork next time

Laura - May 22, 2019

Wasn’t expecting too much from this one but we loved it. Definitely recommend adding the lime juice and having some soured cream with it-delicious! We added a little chilli powder to ours too as we love spicy food and it worked really well!

Lesley - May 20, 2019

Really tasty and surprisingly filling. Cooked this exactly to the recipe. Loved the addition of the apple and spring onion at the end of the cooking time. Going to order this again

Nathalie - May 20, 2019

Was suprised, tasted really great with the apple

Elise - May 18, 2019

Would prefer to serve the rice separately

Leonard - May 17, 2019

Bery nice will order this again ????

Helen - May 16, 2019

Will be making this again!

Mike - May 16, 2019

Very easy to prepare. Very tasty. Will definitely be cooking this again.

Kay - May 14, 2019

Absolutely loved this dish. More aromatic than spicy but really tasty. Loved the fact it was quick and easy and all done in one pot. Not sure if the sour cream brought much to it but the addition of lime really did lift it. Definitely a favourite!

Rosie - May 13, 2019

Wasn’t as flavoursome as expected

Amy - May 10, 2019

Absolutely delicious

Emma - May 09, 2019

Tasty but a bit dry. Would stir the sour cream through it next time.

Michelle - May 09, 2019

Second time was just as good

Chris - May 07, 2019

Concept for this is good but textures and flavour is all wrong. Pork mince disappeared into a grainy nothingness and the black beans overpower everything. Lime rescued it a bit but overall not one I'll personally reorder

Charlotte - May 06, 2019

Wasn’t keen on this - quite bland in my opinion

Matt - May 06, 2019

Average at best. I assume the 400g of black beans refers to tinned. If using dry beans they are going to need to be cooked much longer and you probably need no more than 100g, left to soak overnight.

Karl - May 06, 2019

Right amount of spice and great flavor.

Elizabeth - May 05, 2019

I wasn’t keen but my husband liked it. A bit bland. Definitely needs the apple.

Karen - May 04, 2019

Really good flavours

Graham - May 03, 2019

Delicious! Used good quality pork sausages - squeezed The meat out of the skins instead of mince Can’t go wrong with pork and black beans. Will definitely buy this again.

Katie - May 01, 2019

Disappointing. Very ordinary.

Anna - May 01, 2019

Made it with beef this time, and still tastes great!

Gillian - May 01, 2019

Tasty.. Done this one a couple of times. Quick and easy!

Gillian - Apr 30, 2019

This was mediocre it was nice but nothing special, feel like it needed some spice to make it more interesting , the apple was good in it but I think it could do with being in a taco or wrap to give it a bit of texture

Claire - Apr 29, 2019

Lovely easy meal

Clive - Apr 28, 2019

Very nice meal... And simple to cook as usual

Philip - Apr 28, 2019

Really really great!

David - Apr 27, 2019

Wow. Would we have it again ... oh yeah. Delicious. Used 0% fat Greek yoghurt instead of sour cream (watching the calories) - worked well. Thoroughly recommend using the optional lime. The inclusion of apple, no matter how weird it sounds, is inspired - works really well. All in all - excellent recipe & spices.

Katherine - Apr 27, 2019

Boring, dry wasnt for me

Sarah - Apr 26, 2019

Very tasty & filling, will definitely be getting this again.

Joanna - Apr 23, 2019


Joanne - Apr 23, 2019

Loved it even the kids did! Added kidney beans and peppers.

Steph - Apr 23, 2019

This is my favourite recipe and so easy to do. I also add red kidney beans.

christina - Apr 23, 2019

Kids loved it will do again

Adele - Apr 22, 2019

Too dry

Barbara - Apr 21, 2019

Delicious but I should have used fattier mince

Bruce - Apr 21, 2019



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