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I followed the recipe except for the peppers. I used cayenne instead of habanero. Even though we both liked this recipe I felt that it tasted slightly too orangy for my tastebuds.

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jolenecaruana March 01, 2010

I made this to use up the habeneros a friend gave me. The flavors in this recipe are good, but next time, I would consider either the jalapeno or half of a habenero. Both DH and I like spicy food. I thought it was too hot. DH admitted that it was quite warm.

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Scrivener1 October 08, 2009

What wonderful flavors! I only had to simmer the pork cubes for 25 minutes, but that might be due to the size of the cubes. I loved the combination of lime juice, brown sugar and peppers. Next time, I'm going to use two jalapenos and more lime juice for a hotter/tangier taste, but we like all of our food really spicy. I'm glad I tried this terrific recipe.

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TasteTester September 15, 2009

Great low fat recipe! I did use 3 pounds seasoned chicken breast in place of the other white meat! Used a home grown cayenne and cherry pepper. We like it hot. One fresh orange and 1 fresh lime I found perfect.

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Rita~ November 17, 2005

I have fixed this for my family for dinner twice now and both times it has been wonderful. I doubled the sauce to have enough to put over rice, and still would have like more sauce. Thanks!

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ThisGirlCan September 29, 2004
Sweet and Spicy Glazed Pork Cubes