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Adobo Pork & Potato Packets

June/July 2005, The EatingWell Healthy in a Hurry Cookbook (2006)

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To make these packets, slice the potatoes very thinly, no thicker than 1/8 inch. Use a mandoline or the 2 mm slicing blade on a food processor - or cut them slowly with a very sharp knife.



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"Easy and good meal for a weeknight. The potatoes could have used a few more minutes on the grill, but our gas was low, so perhaps it wasn't getting as hot as it should have. The mandoline was essential for getting the right thinness on...
Adobo Pork & Potato Packets

3 Reviews for Adobo Pork & Potato Packets

09/08/2014

Very simple recipe and filling as well. Didn’t have the sweet or yellow potatoes which was a shame because it seemed like such a delicious combination. I had to substitute 1 medium russet potato which worked out fine. Because I didn’t have a mandolin, I tried to slice the potato as thinly as possible by hand. Because of this, I increased cooking time to 10 minutes per side of the packet.
Adding a little more salt and pepper to taste with this recipe hit the flavor spot. It’s a simple grilled protein dish along with a starch. Serving this along with a side salad really hit the spot!

Adobo Pork & Potato Packets
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08/19/2010

Easy and good meal for a weeknight. The potatoes could have used a few more minutes on the grill, but our gas was low, so perhaps it wasn't getting as hot as it should have. The mandoline was essential for getting the right thinness on the potatoes and onions.

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03/04/2010
Anonymous

I made this for dinner tonight. Quick, easy and very good.

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