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This is tasty to use as a rub for meat, poultry, and fish and also to season soup or rice dishes. I always save all of my empty glass spice jars and the ingredient amounts here fit perfectly in one.
Mix all ingredients together and store in a sealed glass jar.
By Ann from Richland, WA
Roast the pork in a pre-heated 350 degree F oven for 4-6 hours uncovered in a pan with a rack. Roast the pork skin side down for the first 2 hours and then turn skin side up for the remaining time. Pork should be well done and tender when poked with a fork. The pork skin should be brown, hard and peel easily from the meat.
Some people like to eat the skin. Serve with rice and beans or potatoes and a vegetable or salad.
Source: A well know Puerto Rican Recipe.
By Ramona from Granby, MA
Pork Adobo on Rice