5 Reviews

This is a great tasting recipe and very authentic. I served it with Victor 52 Cuban Black Beans and Rice and it was a smash hit!
One time instead of fresh loin, we had a huge pork roast that had been roasted and was put in freezer--so I just put marinade over the thawed sliced pork and left for 24 hr. and then baked for about 2-3 hr. until flavors mingled and it was not dry.

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renajune December 24, 2011

Recipe was good. I did like the flavor and appearance of the marinade--my only issue with it is that it wasn't very strong. Even after marinating, my pork only had small hints of an orange juice flavor. Overall we still enjoyed it though

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summerbreeze May 16, 2010

I loved making this! It was so easy to make and it tasted great! My housemates all crowded around the kitchen and asked for 2nds and 3rds! I am going to make it again really soon for my parents and siblings.

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violanos January 10, 2010

Absolutely great recipe! We added a serrano pepper into the marinade just cause we like heat. However, the recipe as it stands is just wonderful. Thank you!

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Barb R September 09, 2007

This spicy/sweet pork was a hit at our house! The marinade made the meat so juicy and flavorful that we didn’t need any dipping sauce. I served it with Parmesan Squash Toss #59488, roasted garlic smashed potatoes, and a nice Merlot. I’ll definitely be making this one again. Thanks for sharing such a great recipe!

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LizzieBug April 27, 2005
Mojo Pork