Recipe by Goya
"Give your family's everyday pork loin recipe a major flavor boost with a simple homemade Adobo rub. Just mix GOYA® Adobo All-Purpose Seasoning with Pepper with chili powder, cumin, brown sugar, cinnamon, and a few tablespoons of olive oil. Rub over the pork, roast until golden brown, and prepare for the compliments to roll in!"
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GOYA® Adobo All-Purpose Seasoning with Pepper
packed dark brown sugar
GOYA® Extra Virgin Olive Oil
1 (2 pound)
boneless pork loin roast
I absolutely LOVED this! I didn't have cumin but used all the other ingredients as written. Incredible and will make this spicy dish again!
I made this recipe based on the 5 star reviews, but I was not a fan. I was expecting something sweet and smokey, but it was so spicy (and I like spice) it was overwhelming. this was not good. On the other hand, the high cooking temp for a short period of time was fantastic. The loin really did come out perfectly, and super moist, so thanks for the wonderful cooking technique!
I have made this twice and I didn't change a thing since my family loved it! I was worried about cooking it in a 450 degree oven but the rub actually creates a nice crust on the outside leaving the inside extremely juicy. So easy and delicious!
Didn't change a thing. The rub was a perfect compliment for the pork tenderloin that was so tender and tasty. Will have again and again.
I didn't think anything this easy would taste so good. Didn't have Goya Adobo All Purpose seasining w/Pepper,so I substituted regular seasoned salt with 1/2 teaspoon garlic powder and 1/4 teaspoon black pepper. Other than that kept everything else the same. Really good,really quick. I will definately get the Goya seasoning next time and see if it makes a discernable diffence.
This was a nice recipe and we loved the seasonings! Our pork didnt come out very tender though. I think next time I will try cooking a little longer at lower heat. Will try again though!
We made this almost exactly as is except we only had golden brown sugar rather than dark, so we put about 1 1/2 teaspoons of it in instead, and we substituted half of the chili powder for paprika because we're not a big fan of spicy things. This turned out amazingly juicy and super flavorful and we would make this again for sure!
Just made it and it turned out fantastic! It's really easy and really fast for a pork roast! Great flavor. Great alternative to the crock pot too.
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