5 Reviews

Terribly wonderful, I was eating it with a spoon it was so good. I loved your regular mojo, thought NOTHING could be better. This is fabulous on pan fried tilapia or baked catfish. I used a habanero instead of green pepper.

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riffraff April 12, 2004

Great recipe! I made it exactly as the recipe described and it went perfectly with my papas arrugadas. With my later batches, I substituted the red wine vinegar for sherry and browned half of the garlic..and with the sherry, as you mentioned, I did it to taste. Now if I can just find a good recipe for ropa vieja..

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dbarks July 05, 2012

Excellent. Authentic Mojo. I have passed this on to lots of friends and family who all love it aftertasting mine. Thanks.

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sharonjackson June 26, 2010

I made this but found there was too much vinegar so I added some bread crumbs and blended it to take out some of the sour taste also this made it able to spoon it over yummy potatoes.

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Katy Cakey April 19, 2007

Fabulous! Made this almost to the letter--I had to use a red bell pepper, no green on hand, but it was still delicious. What great flavor! I used it on grilled pork chops--just put some on towards the end of cooking, just to sear the garlic. I didn't put it on too early in cooking, didn't want to burn it. I will use this again and again, and I'm thinking of all the foods I can use it on! Oh, I added the oregano with the cilantro and peppers, it didn't say in the steps. ;) Thanks for another amazing recipe, cg! Love it!

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ciao June 09, 2004
Mojo Verde