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- Heat olive oil over medium heat in a large skillet; add onion and sauté for about 5 minutes.
- Add ground pork, breaking into crumbles with the back of a spoon and turning frequently until browned on all sides.
- Add potatoes, salsa and corn; stir and cook 10-15 minutes or until heated through. Fold in cilantro and sprinkle with cheese. Serve immediately.
Elle J. 11 days ago
Delicious :) Added extra hot sauce at the end!
Terri W 20 days ago
Needed some seasoning.
Brenda a month ago
This turned out great and came together quickly. My only suggestion is to somehow reduce the salt. It was a little salty
Anita Johnson-Adams 2 months ago
this was good and filling. i added adobo seasoning to the pork
Tamara S. 2 months ago
This was really easy to make and we loved the flavor. Next time i will add a red pepper like others have suggested
Sarah M. 4 months ago
really easy and unique kind of yum
anthony f. 4 months ago
I added Chorizo which was a nice touch! potatoes take a little longer to cook so i recommend cooking those first. Girlfriend loved it since it had all her favorite ingredients.
Kyla Johnson 5 months ago
Excellent - overseason pork and double cilantro. I am in heaven
Becky Cossey 7 months ago
Bland but after addding a packet of Goya and adobo seasoning it was really good
Firu5 7 months ago
This recipe is delicious
Chase C. 7 months ago
delicious! (with some cayenne and red pepper) substituded ground beef.
Guillaume Boudreau 8 months ago
Really good, added red pepper and used ground beef instead of pork
sam 9 months ago
A little bland in taste just added ceyenne to put some heat in it.
Stacy Christian 10 months ago
Uh, a little flavorless... i put some sour cream and cayenne pepper in it.
Nyssa Bowen a year ago
My Colombian husband and I loved it but we agreed that it is not really a Cuban dish. Next time I will be sure to have some fried plantains on the side!
Mayra a year ago
It was great! I used La Costeña salsa Verde just because I didn't have time to make fresh salsa verde.
Auri a year ago
i like the recipe. I didn't see on the ingredients to season with salt or optional. Overall is delicious. thank you...
Susan Tan a year ago
Very easy and yummy. I cooked this recipe in a giant batch to save in glass containers.
Betsy Bartlett a year ago
It was really easy and so tasty. I added red pepper flakes for a little heat.
Nathaniel Klein a year ago
used it as a template, added more and different peppers, made my own salsa, substitued chorizo, and added pico de gallo
bill b. a year ago
One of my favorite dishes to make.
Markowski a year ago
Made this for the crew at work and we loved it, need to triple the recipe instead of doubling it.
Shep 2 years ago
Great hit with the family!!!
Tom 2 years ago
The pork and corn had some great flavor, combined with the salsa and cheese. I didn’t cook the potatoes beforehand so they were still a little firm. Next time I’d do those in a separate pan to soften and brown them up
T. Lofton-Richardson 2 years ago
Very good! Loved it.
Jorge Ocana 2 years ago
this is not cuban recipe. Totally american style
Cori C 2 years ago
while this recipe sounds delicious... nothing about this recipe is cuban haha we dont use cilantro ... this very much sounds like a mexican recipe with the addition of cilantro and corn and salsa and queso fresco... lol
Brenda S. 2 years ago
great starting point. added coriander, chipolte and avocado. delighted
Robert Kelly 2 years ago
It was spicy, but besides that it was rather bland. It also didn't seem very cohesive.
Sara Sunshine 2 years ago
amazing...after reading the reviews, i did add 2 clives of garlic in with the inion, and i seasoned the pork with salt, pepper, & cumin. for toppings i used a spoonful of guac, and a sauce i made with okain yogurt, lime zest, lime juice, salt, & pepper...and im also quite certain there was more than 1/4 cup of cheese in there, but I'm born and raised in Wisconsin, so extra cheese is always the name of the game😏