Loved this recipe. Don't forget to put some salt in there (besides what you season the meat with) else it tends to be a little bland. Also, you REALLY should get rid of every last bit of fat from the pork butt-- it doesn't work well with the texture in your mouth if you don't.
This is outstanding. My boyfriend and I had two helpings. The spices are just perfect. It has a bite to it. I can't wait to invite someone over to enjoy this special dish. I removed many seeds from the chiles, so it wouldn't be too hot. My apartment still has the wonderful spice smell.
Thank you, Deb. I guess I would not make a good eyewitness!
The cilantro/parsley sauce is a Chimichurri Sauce. It was used at the restaurant on steaks, salmon, etc and was not used in the pork stew. These are approximate measurements.
2 cups parsley
2 cups cilantro
1 cup lime juice
1/4 cup chopped red onion or scallion
Pinch each of salt, pepper, sugar
Mix above in blender then drizzlle in enough
to make a thin sauce. Thinner than pesto.
Help me out here. What happened to the recipe for the cilantro/parsley mix that was done in the blender and added to the pork? Anyone get those ingredients? It's been left out of the video, too. I imagine it is an integral flavor component to the finished dish. Bummer.