Pernil “pork shoulder”. Pernil is a slow cooked pork roast, usually a shoulder, butt or leg, that is very typically enjoyed during the holidays. It is a classic Puerto Rican dish, and also a classic dish in the Dominican Republic. Pork Shoulder "Pernil" with Cilantro-Citrus Adobo.
This also makes excellent, moist meat for Cuban sandwiches. Today I'm sharing one of my all time favorite recipes that my grandmother taught me! SAVEUR magazine's Executive Food Editor, Todd Coleman, shows you how to peel garlic in less than ten seconds. (It's kind of amazing.). You can cook Pernil “pork shoulder” using 10 ingredients and 2 steps. Here is how you cook that.
Ingredients of Pernil “pork shoulder”
- You need 4 pound of pork shoulder.
- It’s of Sazon.
- It’s of About a half a bulb of garlic.
- You need Half of a onion.
- It’s of Salt.
- Prepare of Pepper.
- Prepare of Adobo.
- It’s of dominican oregano.
- Prepare of Liquid sazon “ seasoning”.
- Prepare 1 of lime.
Cuban Citrus-Marinated Pork Shoulder Roast (Pernil Asado con Mojo). Pernil Estofado con Mofongo (Roast Pork Stuffed with Green Mashed Plantains) A Roast Pork Shoulder Recipe For The Ages! Roasted pork shoulder bliss, here you come.
Pernil “pork shoulder” step by step
- So first I take the pork and rinse it in water then i poke holes in the meat side. I squeeze the juice out of a lime and pour it all over it. I season it liberally and stuff some onion and garlic in the holes.I cut some of the skin off then marinate under it as well so the seasoning can really penetrate. I let mine marinate for 48 hours but you can marinate overnight..
- Preheat your oven to 350 degrees. Take the pernil and put in oven for about 4 hours. Let it rest then enjoy !.
Try this Pernil (roasted Pork Shoulder) recipe, or contribute your own. Blend garlic, salt, pepper Pork shoulder marinated overnight in garlic, citrus juices, cumin and oregano and slow cooked all day in the slow cooker. A typical Pernil recipe is slow roasted in the oven with a huge slab of fat on top. Roast Pork Shoulder for the Holidays (Pernil). This post may include Amazon links.