Cuban Style Pork Tenderloin refers to a Cuban-inspired dish featuring pork tenderloin that is typically marinated, seasoned, and prepared in a manner that reflects the flavors and culinary traditions of Cuba. The preparation often involves marinating the pork in a mixture of ingredients, including citrus juices (such as sour orange or lime juice), garlic, cumin, oregano, and other seasonings, which impart a distinctive Cuban flavor profile. The marinated pork tenderloin is then typically roasted, grilled, or oven-baked until it’s tender and infused with the flavors of the marinade. Cuban Style Pork Tenderloin is known for its tangy, savory, and slightly citrusy taste and is often served with traditional Cuban sides like black beans and rice, plantains, and yuca.
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