Carne Avada

My recipe is simple; I realize there maybe other ways to make Carne Avada, this is my version and there's NEVER been leftovers. (pictured is Carne Avada, pinto beans and wild rice)

My Carne Avada:

Purchase a good pork tenderloin and remove any excess fat it might have. Once that's done cut pork into pieces no larger than 1" square. Put into a roasting or dutch oven. Season with a good Kosher salt and garlic. Start baking at 350F for about 20-30 minutes to get it started. Then pour chili sauce on covering the meat generously and continue to bake until the pork is done. Serve with rice, beans or potatoes; whatever you like.

You can also use beef or chicken.


Becky said…
I never heard of it but it looks and sounds delicious! Nothing like a good bowl of chili, either - especially in THIS winter cold!!!
Anonymous said…
Hi! the chili recipe sounds delicious. Can't wait to try it out.Thanks!
Anonymous said…
Hmmm... is there a substitute for pork since Mat doesn't eat it? Thanks. I'm putting together the month of May menu and grocery list.

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