No time for a lengthy marinade or a complicated spice rub? In this dish, a few zesty ingredients come together for a punched up glaze, making a favorite cool weather roast into one of summer’s most flavorful, quick grilled dinners.
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Serve with a Southwestern Rice Pilaf.
I subbed rum for the tequila since that's what I had on hand. Like another reviewer, we were disappointed that the glaze is not spicy. The glaze as I made it did not have a ton of flavor. But the peaches were great with the pork, and the glazed fruit plus its juice made a nice sauce. The detailed cooking instructions were perfect for this very lean cut that turns dry if it spends a minute too long on the grill. Ours turned out juicy and delicious.
EASY recipe that is uniquely flavorful. Not hot or spicy, however, as it declares in the name, but well worth-while. We'd make it again as our group of four "cooks" found it to be another go-to recipe -- especially for a weeknight!!
If you don't have pepper jelly, just use some honey and a chopped pepper that you have left from your last "hot" dish!
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