5 Reviews

This is very easy to make and tastes just like the mojo rojo that we got in Tenerife - and FAR better than the ones that we bought in the supermarkets over there!! The only thing we found was that I would use a lot less salt next time as we found it too salty for our taste. It was delicious on potatoes cooked without salt though - and we still enjoyed it all, none was left!! I will add this to my cookbook and will definitely make again!!

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kirktonlass July 03, 2006

I also made and reviewed the Mojo Verde and I cannot make up my mind which one I like best. This is another good sauce and easy to make. Had this with our breakfast omelette, it does wake you up! I am sure it will be good with fish, chicken and other meats and I look forward having it with potatoes like the Verde version.

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Pets'R'us April 27, 2003

Goes nicely with papas arrugadas.

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rosslare April 25, 2009

I lived in the Canary Islands and nothing I had there could compare to this recipe. This is the only recipe I will use in future!

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Steve Barrett March 07, 2008

this was great made it and served with chiken cooked with fresh lemon and lime and panchetta also of course with "caneries potatoes" mmmmm yummy

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Katy Cakey April 19, 2007
Mojo Rojo