This pork gets a double dose of flavor: First, it’s rubbed with spices, sugar, chipotle powder, and garlic. Then after cooking, the pork is served with a tangy jalapeño–lime salsa.
Shopping note: Make sure your butcher removes the chine bone so this loin can be cut into chops after grilling.
Serve with Tomato, Avocado, Corn & Black Bean Salad.
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I used a two pound boneless pork loin roast (not a pork tenderloin), used the rub, and refrigerated it overnight as per the recipe. My husband roasted it using the rotisserie on our gas grill. The result was a juicy, delicious piece of meat with a nice flavor from the rub. And, the jalapeno-lime salsa? It was not so different than the one we usually make, but this one is out of this world - absolutely fantastic - just delicious by itself, and with the pork. It may just be the salsa we use from now on, whenever we need, or want salsa. And, yes, I'd make this dish again in a heartbeat!
I have made this twice now to rave reviews for tow different groups. I am making it again next week by request. Easy - yummy.
I used this recipe on a pork tenderloin and it was incredible. Although it didn't have to cook as long as the pork loin in this recipe the spice rub was incredible. I sliced up the pork tenderloin, added the salsa and put it in warm grilled corn tortillas. But all my guests could say was "that pork was amazing" for the next couple of days they were visiting.
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