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1/1 Photo of Pork Tenderloin Rodriguez W/Guava Glaze & Orange Habaneros
This recipe was originally part of a menu by Bobby Flay for a backyard barbecue. Bobby Flay's Boy Gets Grill, 2004. "My good friend Eddie Rodriguez, a clothing designer (he is the Rodriguez in Wilke-Rodriguez), is my longtime guide to the wonderful world of Cuban flavor. This recipe is my tribute to him. Lime, orange, garlic, cumin, vinegar, and just the right amount of chile heat are, to me, what makes Cuban food so irresistible. If you've never tasted a real Cuban mojo, the classic sauce for pork, plantains, and a lot of other staples, prepare to be blown away. I like to grill pork tenderloins, which cook fast and stay juicy. Lean pork tenderloins cook like chicken breasts. They're very simple and very tender, but you have got to get them off the grill before they overcook. As soon as they firm up, they are DONE." One footnote: if you can get sour oranges that's even better to make the mojo or if not, make it a combination of orange juice and grapefruit juice.
Units: US | Metric
Serving Size: 1 (479 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 6