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How to make it

  • Combine all marinade ingredients in extra large zipper bag or plastic bowl, with lid.
  • Add pork and toss well to coat.
  • Refrigerate at least 4 hours, over night is best.
  • Let come to room temperature before grilling or broiling.(just let it sit out about 30 minutes or so, but not more than an hour)
  • For Salsa Criolla

  • Combine all ingredients and mix well. Refrigerate the same as you do the pork.
  • For Paprika Mayo

  • Combine all ingredients and refrigerate, as above.
  • To Prepare

  • Grill or broil pork a few minutes on each side, just until internal temp is 145.
  • Serve on the hard rolls(grill them a bit, if desired) with the onion salsa, mayo, lettuce and tomato
  • :)

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  • pkusmc 6 years ago
    Damn that looks awesome!
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  • triplepoint 6 years ago
    I would cook up the remaining marinade. Slice the pork chops thinly against the grain, add some of that marinade, and let sit for a while. Then reheat the pork a bit, as needed,drain the liquid (or thicken and use as a sauce) and assemble the sandwich.

    Pork, nowadays, is mostly just too lean and toughens up. This makes it more tender. This treatment works like a charm on beef brisket also.
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