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

August 2000

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Yield:
MAKES 1 CUP
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Ingredients

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Directions

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  • 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.

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Make Ahead

The mojo can be refrigerated for up to 4 days.

Notes

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

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