Thursday, August 15, 2013

Goya Roast Adobo Pork Loin

I have to admit, I've never used any Goya products until today, and going forward I can't wait to try their other products!

This month we were lucky enough to have Goya as one of our sponsors.  We had a list of 21 different recipes to choose from, and our assignment this month, if we chose to accept it, was to make 3 different Goya dishes. 

I made my first recipe tonight, Goya's Roast Adobo Pork Loin and it was wonderful and so easy to prepare that it will be on the dinner rotation in our house again.  With some garlic, oven-roasted red potatoes (just picked up today from our local Mennonite farm) and some fresh bi-color sweet corn (off the cob), mixed with some butter, cayenne, cilantro and lime juice, we had a delicious and easy meal for dinner.

Our local grocery stores carry a lot of the Goya products, and again, I've never used them until today.  I can't wait to give some others a try and start experimenting! 

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1 comment:

  1. I made this recipe too and loved it-your photo is beautiful!