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Mojo (pronounced mo-ho) is the Spanish name for a number of Latin sauces made with vinegar or citrus juice and garlic. It is a traditional accompaniment to the starchy root vegetables of the Hispanic Caribbean.    Healthy Grilling Recipes  

How to Make It


In a mini food processor or blender, pulse the garlic with a generous pinch of salt until finely chopped. Blend in the bitter-orange juice and cumin and process until fine, about 30 seconds. With the machine on, slowly add the oil in a thin stream until the mojo is emulsified. Season the mojo with pepper and serve immediately.

Chef's Notes

Bitter oranges, also called Seville oranges, are extremely tart. They are available at Latin markets.

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