A Mexican pork roast with bean salsa is a good way to give a new spin to your Sunday roast. Tender, moist and flavorful, this pork roast goes great with homemade corn tortillas and guacamole.
So what do you need to make a Mexican pork roast of your own? Select a lean pork shoulder and let it marinate overnight in a mixture of herbs, spices and orange zest. Once you begin roasting your meat, continue to baste it with its own juices and a bit of stock. The result will be superb.
For the bean salsa, you will need white beans, green beans, peppers and some aromatics. For maximum flavor, mix together and let stand for at least 20 minutes so all the flavors comingle.
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