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1GROVES2 Posts: 10,391
4/24/12 12:42 P

Thanks, POOKIE, I will try it your way, cutting the meat in small pieces.

DRS510 Posts: 2,219
4/20/12 8:33 A

I will have to give it a try!

SUNRISE14 Posts: 5,216
4/20/12 7:39 A

I to need some ideas for the grill to for pork chops ! emoticon emoticon

-POOKIE- SparkPoints: (289,255)
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4/20/12 2:40 A

I gave it a high score, it was really delcicious, cocoa is bitter, so it doesnt taste all sweet and chocolate like.

Its like adding cocoa when I make chili con carne... it adds depth and richness

DRS510 Posts: 2,219
4/19/12 8:53 P

Wow! did you follow the recipe exactly? What did you rate the recipe at?

-POOKIE- SparkPoints: (289,255)
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4/19/12 10:16 A

I love it, I did however cut the meat into small chunks and marinate them in the crust for a while, then fry with a little oil. But totally loved it.

DRS510 Posts: 2,219
4/18/12 7:08 P

I looked at it but decided on this one:
2# pork loin
2 tsp curry paste
2 T maple syrup
2 oranges juiced and zest
Marinade 1-3 hours and bake at 350 1.5 hours

1GROVES2 Posts: 10,391
4/17/12 12:32 P

Has anyone made the cocoa crusted pork loin that is in the SP recipes? It sounds really good, but I am leery of cocoa and meat.....need a few new ideas for pork and was wondering about it.

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