Pernil is a brightly flavored roast pork dish from the Caribbean. This version uses quick-cooking tenderloin in place of the more traditional pork shoulder, but it has the same robust flavorings, including garlic, cumin, oregano, vinegar, and lime.
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Awesome flavor! I didn’t have white vinegar, so I substituted with Rice vinegar. Cooking time in the oven took a lot longer than written. About 25 min total. Maybe I didn’t sear it long enough?
Delicious and easy!
A quick, easy delicious weeknight meal.
This is one of our favorites, and we make it at least once a month.
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