The presentation of this dish is very poor. Also, it requires more seasoning than just salt and pepper. When I made mine, I brushed with some white vinegar then with some olive oil. Then I sprinkled with a little bit of garlic, thyme, and cumin along with the salt and pepper. I also browned the pork before adding in the onions, mushrooms, and tomatoes. Baking the pork at 350 for 1 1/2 hours will completely ruin your dish. If you brown the pork 1st, then only bake about 40-50 minutes and keep covered the whole time. Your meat will be super tender. If you don't brown your meat 1st, I'd say an hour at most will do the job. It is good by itself or served over rice. The original recipe deserves 2 stars (and I'm being nice) because presentation is poor, it doesn't provide enough flavor, and the directions will cause the meat to over cook.
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The presentation of this dish is very poor. Also, it requires more seasoning than just salt...