Roasted Pork Tenderloin Tacos

  • cconnito Posted: 04/22/14
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    made this last night… WOW. Super fast and delicious. Seasoned Pork with Cumin as well as S&P, and the tenderloin could have stayed in the oven a minute longer... Lite Daisy Sourcream with lime juice instead of Mexican Crema. I served it for myself over a bed of lettuce, but I know the corn tortillas were just as good (my boyfriend told me so). Pretty presentation… Up there on the list of my favorite CL Taco recipes for sure.

  • Dorseyl Posted: 08/12/14
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    Okay, sorry to be a review downer, but I just didn't find these to be that great. I actually thought they really lacked flavor and the meat wasn't my favorite. Plus cook for 8 minutes? Ha! Mine took much longer to reach 145 degrees. Overall, I just don't think I'd go through the trouble of making these again.

  • MyTastyRecipes Posted: 05/23/14
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    This was a dynamite recipe!! Absolutely loved it! I think the real flavor is in the mojo marinade. Not wanting to buy a giant bottle that I would use once, I made my own mojo marinade. Quick and easy recipe on I just put a pinch of everything in a small dish and mixed it together. Also, I used pre-sliced flank steak made for stir-fry. Delicious flavors!

  • arlingtonaf Posted: 06/12/14
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    I normally don't like pork, but I thought this was delicious and so did my husband. The Goya mojo marinade gave it a lot of flavor and was very inexpensive, so it is worth buying (or making!). The onions were very easy to make and I liked the mellow taste after they were pickled a bit. The tacos ended up looking just like the picture - very pretty! The only drawback is that the pork took a LOT longer to get to 145 degrees than the 8 minutes stated in the recipe. My tenderloin was about 1.5 lbs (so bigger than the recipe called for) but it took a solid 35-40 minutes in the oven in addition to the 5 minutes on the stove to get to 145...which kind of made for a long prep time for a weeknight meal.

  • mrsbandito Posted: 08/01/14
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    This was good but not one of my favorites, I would make it again. Seems the pork needed something more, just not sure what that would be maybe just more Moyo and we really didn't like the cooked onion. I was not familiar with Mojo so I bought the Goya Bitter Orange because that is all that was available at the store and priced at $2.59. My changes: The smallest tenderloin I could find that day was 1 1/4 lbs so I used it all, I used 4 T of mojo, 1 red onion, and of course I didn't measure the Crema I just took what I wanted. What I would do next time is not prepare the onion in the vinegar, water & white wine vinegar, I would just use the raw red onion, and I would season the pork loin a bit more with Salt, pepper and mojo.


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