Mojo is a garlicky citrus sauce that’s popular throughout Latin America and the Caribbean. This lime-heavy version (most mojo is made with sour oranges, a tropical fruit) is a perfect marinade for cube steak, a quick-cooking cut of beef round.
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Disappointing - rather bland. We won't make again.
This steak rocks!My family ate this right up and asked for more!I did not discard the marinade.Just could not throw away that garlic-lime goodness. Instead,I put it into the pan after the steaks came out.This combined with the pan juices and cooked down to a nice sauce that went well with the steak and the rice I served as a side.
This was a bold flavor that was new to me, but we liked it. We didn't have a mortar/pestle, so I used the blender and it worked. Served with a brown rice pilaf and it went well together.
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