Bob Henrick wrote:I am in need of a recipe for mojo sauce. I have searched on Google and like so many other foods there are as many recipe's as there are peoples who use the food in question. One recipe I found calls for 2 whole red peppers, yet it doesn't say if these peppers are sweet or hot. So, maybe that is my biggest quandary. I suppose I could just experiment and see which I like better, but I am certain my wife would not eat it if the peppers are of the chile variety. TIA.[/code]
Bob Henrick wrote:I am in need of a recipe for mojo sauce.
Robin Garr wrote:Bob Henrick wrote:I am in need of a recipe for mojo sauce.
Bob, I'm a little puzzled here ... we love Cuban food and eat a fair amount of it, both at Louisville's excellent Havana Rumba and in South Florida (especially Key West's excellent El Sibouney, and I don't recall any mojo with peppers in it, hot or mild. It's usually all about citrus juices and garlic, lots and lots of garlic.
I haven't tried this, but if it were me, I'd Google up "cuban mojo sauce recipe" and triage your findings based on their use of orange/lemon/lime juices and garlic.
Or call Fernando at Havana Rumba, (502) 897-1959 and see if he'll give it up.
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