This Mojo Prime Rib recipe is a Cuban twist on the traditional ways of cooking this fabulous dish. Choose a good cut of meat, slather it in Mojo, roast it slowly and enjoy.
Very similar to our previous recipe… Croquetas de Pollo (Chicken Croquettes) are a very popular Cuban snack that we usually make with some of the leftover chicken after a family dinner.
Croquetas de Jamon (Ham Croquettes) are a very popular Cuban snack that we usually make with some of the leftover ham after a family dinner. You can also enjoy them as a meal by pairing them with some hearty soup or rice and beans.
Pollo Asado (Mojo Baked Chicken) is great with mashed potatoes and corn, but you can also serve it with the more conventional sides – white or yellow rice. Easy to make and can definitely be a great weekday meal.
Puerco Salamanca (Pork Tenderloin and Potatoes Tapa) is a delicious tapa featuring pork tenderloin, onions, olives, red peppers, garlic and potatoes.
Cuban Mojo is very important when trying to get that Cuban flavor into your meat. I learned this recipe in my Abuela’s kitchen many years ago and it has pleased many, many palates along the way. Enjoy!
This Puerco Asado (Cuban-style Oven Roasted Pork) recipe is a great alternative when you can’t cook a full pig out on the BBQ pit.
Spanish-style Pan-fried Bone-in Ribeye is a delicious dish that I have enjoyed for as long as I can remember. I even had the chance to try it while visiting San Sebastian and I have to say that this recipe is as good, if not better than what was prepared for me by one of their great chefs.
Gambas Al Ajillo (Garlic Shrimp) is a very popular Spanish dish often served at tapas bars in south and central Spain. This dish can also be served as an entree by increasing your portion sizes.