Making the pork carnitas takes a while, but the effort involved is minimal ? just make sure you allow at least two hours. First, cut the pork shoulder steaks into bite-sized pieces, and fry in around 25g melted lard until browned all over, then transfer the meat to a bowl (leaving the juices in the pan).
Next, dice the onion and crush the garlic, and fry both in the same pan as the pork until nicely softened. At this point, return the pork to the pan, then add the chicken stock with a good sprinkling of oregano and smoked paprika and mix well.
Remove half of the peel from an orange, cut into a few segments, and add to the pan with the bay leaf. Bring the liquid to the boil, then put a lid on the pan and turn the heat right down. Leave to simmer for two hours.
After two hours, the pork should be really tender and fragrant. Place under the grill on a high heat for about six minutes, or until the meat has started to caramelise on top. Break up with a wooden spoon or a potato masher, and season with a small pinch of salt (you really don?t need much). Stir through a dollop of In A Pickle Pineapple Habanero Chutney.
Finally, load up your mini tortillas with a spoonful of pork each, plus fresh rocket, chopped avocado, sour cream and a sprinkling of fresh coriander and smoked paprika, and finish with a spoonful of In A Pickle Pineapple Habanero Chutney.