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The world of fermentation.
In the Mexican kitchen, cecina enchilada is thinly sliced pork marinated in a chili sauce (but despite the name it is not made into enchiladas). For our version, we make a chili-and-garlic-infused oil and use a portion of it to season pork tenderloin cutlets before quickly grilling them. The remaining oil is made into a sauce/marinade to drizzle on after grilling to add a fresh burst of flavor. Serve with Mexican rice and refried beans, or slice into strips and offer warmed corn tortillas, chopped white onion, fresh cilantro for making tacos.
1 tablespoon ground cumin
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