pork roast recipe takes me back to the days of my carefree youth. My Cuban
neighbor gave me this recipe when I was 18. She had to show me several
times, because I kept forgetting the ingredients. Now, it is 32 years
later, and I still remember how to do it.
When she baked this unbelievably delicious recipe, I will never forget the aroma. I remember begging her to show me how to do it. It's that good.
This Christmas, these pork chunks were almost gone before we even began our dinner. Everybody was taking samples over and over until it nearly disappeared. Lucky for us, we had turkey too!
This roast pork recipe is perfect to add to burrito bowls or your holiday feasts. Once you taste this delicious roast pork, you will never use another. This recipe is made with Cuban spices with lots of general spices mixed in. This recipe is not spicy at all. There's just a ton of flavor.
The result is crispy on the outside, tender and flavorful on the inside. You will create many happy memories with this authentic Cuban pork roast. Your family will be delighted and filled with anticipation when they eat this. This one is a keeper.
five to six cloves of garlic, peel them and smash them into a pulp.
Or you can use a grater and grate the garlic
into very small pieces. The garlic should look like a paste when you're done smashing it.
You can also use pre-crushed garlic. Fresh garlic is best, however. The garlic is the basis for the rest of this pork roast recipe. Fresh garlic is a super food, which gives an incredible aroma when it begins to cook.
Add 1 tsp of salt to the pulp. The salt helps the garlic not roll around too much in the bowl, and the salt adds a touch of flavor.
Add the Adobo seasoning. Adobo seasoning is an authentic Latin spice, containing garlic, salt, tumeric, oregano and black pepper. Adobo is an all purpose seasoning that is used in many Latin kitchens.
Add 1-1/2 to 2 tbs of olive oil. When you are done mixing the ingredients, the oil will help to spread it over the pork roast recipe.
Add 1 tsp of pepper. The pepper enhances the color and flavor of the pork roast recipe.
Mix all of these ingredients together until everything looks like a thick paste or pulp. This is how it looks when you're first spreading the paste.
Generously spread the mixture over the pork roast until it changes
color to a slight red. The Sazon Goya Con Azafran is what gives this
mixture a reddish brown color.
It turns brown when it's done baking.
This is how the pork roast looks after the mixture is completely spread all over it.
at 350 for 2-1/2 to 3 hours. The lower the temperature, the
more tender the pork. You can set the oven at 330 for 3-1/2 to 4 hours for
extremely tender pork. If necessary, even if you think it's done cooking, you can cut it open
with a knife to make sure the pork roast recipe is completely cooked. Once it's done, use a knife to gently separate the pork into succulent chunks.
Pork is part of a healthy diet. Click here to learn about the health properties of saturated fat.