Number of Servings

Ingredients: Quantity:
Cumin 1 T
JTM Sous Vide Cooked Diced Pork 5.0 lbs.
Lime Juice 2 oz.
Minced or Diced Garlic 1 T
Onion Yellow (Sliced) 1/4 C
Orange Juice 4 oz.
Oregano 1 T
Pepper 1/2 T
Salt 1 T

Prep Time: 60 min.     Yields: 23
Desired Yield:

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Pork Carnitas

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Instructions:

For best results, thaw product in cooler (<40F) for 48 -72 hrs. however, product can still be heated from a frozen state.



From thawed state (Oven method)

1. Remove contents of bag (meat and juices) and place in a SS pan insert.

2. Combine garlic, orange juice, cumin, oregano, salt, pepper and sliced onions. cover and place in a 350F oven for approximately 30-45 minutes (to an internal temp of 165F for 15 seconds HACCP Critical Control Point)

3. Remove from oven and shred pork with tongs.

4. Finish by adding lime juice to shredded pork and place in a holding cabinet covered until service. (Hold at 145F or higher HACCP Critical Control Point)

*Note - Cooking times may vary with equipment



From frozen state: (Steam/Oven Method)

1. Place frozen, unopened bag of JTM Sous Vide Diced Pork in a steamer, kettle, tilt skillet or stock pot with boiling water and heat for approximately 40 minutes or until product reaches 165F or higher).

2. Remove heated Sous Vide Pork from its bag and place in a SS pan insert.

3. Combine with garlic, orange juice, cumin, oregano, salt, pepper and sliced onions and blend with Sous Vide pork and place in a pre-heated 350F oven uncovered and cook for 20-30 minutes or until product reaches 165F.

4. Remove from oven and shred pork with tongs.

5. Finish by adding lime juice to shredded pork place in a holding cabinet covered until service. (Hold at 145F or higher HACCP Critical Control Point)

5. *Note - Cooking times may vary with equipment



3.45 oz. (by weight) = 2.0 oz. M/MA



Serving suggestions:

1) Serve as part of a taco, a burrito, and/or as part of a quesadilla.

2) Serve over rice for a pork carnitas rice bowl.

Nutritional information is based on calculations from various databases. The information is believed to be accurate, but does not constitute a guarantee.