I made this awesome recipe this weekend while I was stuck at home because of the snow. I saw a similar recipe but decided just to make it my own with whatever I had in the house.
I had a small pork butt from trader joes I bought which I thought would be perfect for this dish. I seasoned the pork with salt and pepper and seared all sides in a frying pan with olive oil. I then added a dry rub of chili powder, paprika, cayenne pepper, and cumin. I Put the pork in the crock pot and added a can of chicken broth,and a bottle of bbq sauce, and 2 sliced sweet onions (I would have added to the crock-pot chipotle peppers in adobe sauce,a bottle of salsa, and a can of diced tomatoes with green chilies instead if I had them in the house(note for next time)Cooked on high for about 7 hours. I took the pork out of the crock pot and cooled it until I could shred the meat.
In a 15 X 10 baking dish I buttered the bottom and added 3 habenero lime tortillas (trader joes)I then sprinkled the tortillas with shredded montery jack cheese and topped the cheese with a mixture of black beans, canned yellow corn, and 1/2 block of cream cheese mixed with a packet of powdered hidden valley ranch dressing - and spread all ingredients over the tortillas.
I layered 3 more tortillas over the black bean mixture - added more shredded mexican cheese on top of tortillas and then I sauted baby portebella mushrooms and 2 sliced zucchini's in a pan with a little olive oil and adash of chili powder and cumin.Topped the cheese with the mushroom and zucchini mixture.
I layed 3 more tortillas on top of the mushroom and zucchini mixture added more shredded mexican cheese on top of tortillas and then added the shredded pork mixed with a little of the sauce from the crockpot with the onions and added a can of diced chilies and some diced pickled jalapeno peppers. Then topped the pork with a little more cheese and 2 tortillas on top. Bake covered on 350 for 30 minutes - remove foil and bake at 400 for another 15 minutes, let cool for 10 minutes.
Cut into squares - and serve with salsa, avocados, and sour cream on the side.
You can layer with any veggies or other meat you may have in the house make it your own...yum!