Slow Roasted Mayan Pork with Cauliflower Salad $12.95

Gluten free - Nut free - Spicy (medium)

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Slow Roasted Mayan Pork with Cauliflower Salad by Chefs Frankie & Edgar

Chefs Frankie & Edgar

Chefs Frankie & Edgar

• Chefs/Owners, CocinaMX32
• Three decades professional cooking experience
• Regional Mexican specialties

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Cochinita pibil is a traditional Mexican pork dish of Mayan origin from the Yucatan Peninsula. The pork is slow roasted with achiote and bitter orange while wrapped in a banana leaf. We serve it with three corn tortillas, Mexican rice, refried beans, Mexican cauliflower salad, and top with traditional spicy x-ni-pec pickled onions.

  • ⓞ Oven 350F, 10-15 min
  • ⓜ Microwave 2-3 min
  • Sprinkle 1 tbsp water on rice before heating
  • Heat covered

Ingredients Ingredients

pork, (bitter orange, apple cider vinegar, garlic, onions, oregano, lime, habanero chile, salt), rice (peas. carrots, corn, butter) refried beans (beans, onion, garlic, spices), cauliflower salad (cauliflower, tomatoes, onions, jalapeños, cilantro, garlic, salt, pepper and olive oil), x-ni-pec onions (onions, habanero peppers, apple vinegar and oregano), corn tortillas

Star Reviews (15)

Stephanie N.

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delicious

Abby V.

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This was delicious! So good reminded me of my mamas cooking!

Melissa C.

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Great flavors, delicious meal.

Liz H.

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Good but the beans were so salty!

Vicki H.

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My order arrived missing the salsa container.

Hiram W.

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Very satisfying pork tacos. Loved the southern Mexico seasoning. Could have used more rice.

Ruag S.

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Love this dish. So hard to find Cochinita Pibil. Everything down to the black beans is delicious.

Barbara S.

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delicious moist pork and a hearty dinner. I didn't know whether the liner under the pork was edible

Jerry L.

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Very good dish (tortillas were a little dry)

Brian P.

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Perfect texture tortillas, unique tasting beans, and savory meat (i was drinking the juice at the end...) made this an excellent treat! Only wish the salsa had some more variation. Already craving my next order!

Cheryl L.

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Pork and flavors were amazing! Tortillas were dry and crumbled into pieces on the first bites. Ended up throwing out the tortillas and ate as is.

Debby Lee E.

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The meat was tender but the flavor resembled an Indian rogan josh that had a strong vinegar flavor. The rice was like Safeway fried rice with too much salt. Disappointing.

Danielle R.

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I was disappointed with this dish - the meat was soft enough, although not pull-apart soft. The sauce tasted a bit like BBQ, not like other cochinita pibil sauces I have had. And the rice tasted mostly like butter. I wouldn't likely order this again.

Tish L.

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Disappointing. I wanted to love this dish but the cochinita was acidic and the meat was a little tough. I ended up only eating half before I had to throw it out.

Jolene C.

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Disappointing. We were certain this must be a TexMex recipe and were surprised to find it's authentic, as we've had this dish all over Mexico and none of them were like this one. Taste of BBQ, very wet, overly thick tortillas. Ours was missing the side of salsa too. Too bad, love this style of dish otherwise.