Pork in Orange Sauce Recipe

Pork in Orange Sauce Recipe, a Spanish classic dish aka secreto iberico a la naranja...Time for a Spanish classic: a pork in orange sauce recipe is what I’m presenting you today. You might have dears of this one before: it is also known as “secret iberico a la naranja”. Secreto iberico is a particular pork cut from the shoulder area. It is quite marbled and fatty. That’s why you don’t need any oil to fry the pork in, if you are using this cut. The fat in the meat melts as soon as it touches the hot pan. I can only image what kind of flavor boost that meted fat must give to the orange sauce.
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