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An iconic dish of the Mexican Yucatan peninsula, Cochinita Pibil is marinated overnight in citrus juices, garlic and a distinctive seasoning paste of annatto (achiote), coriander seed, oregano and cumin. To serve, shred the tender meat with two forks and enjoy with corn tortillas and pickled onions.
(amount per servings)
Total Calories: 381
Yucatan Red Recado and Mexican Slow-Roasted Pork are usually prepared with bitter orange juice. It is found in the Latin foods aisle of the supermarket. In the Yucatan Red Recado recipe, use 1/2 cup bitter orange juice in place of the lime juice and orange juice. In the Mexican Slow-Roasted Pork recipe, use 1 cup bitter orange juice in place of the lime juice and orange juice.
Serving Suggestion: Serve shredded pork and pickled red onions on soft corn tortillas with crumbled Cotija cheese, sliced serrano chilies, fresh cilantro leaves and lime wedges.
Storage Tip: Store Fiery Pickled Red Onions in covered glass or ceramic container in refrigerator up to 1 week
Recipe by McCormick
Recipe by Lawrys