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Can Goya Bitter Orange Marinade sub for "sour orange juice"...


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Can Goya Bitter Orange Marinade sub for "sour orange juice"...

RWCFoodie | Jun 3, 2008 07:24 PM

Plans this weekend include Bruce Aidell's recipe for "Grill-Roasted Pork Shoulder Cuban Style" on the Weber for company. Just reading the ingredients, prep etc. makes me drool big-time...

Only thing that I'm questioning:
One of the ingredients he calls for is 1/2 cup freshly squeezed orange juice (sour oranges preferred).

I recently picked up a bottle of Goya's Naranja Agria (Bitter Orange) Marinade. I'm hoping that using it as a sub for the sour orange juice will work.

Does anyone have any experience using this product rather than sour orange juice?

There's also 1/2 cup of fresh lime juice and 1/4 Triple Sec or Grand Marnier included plus several other ingredients, none of which present a problem. I'm just concerned about the Goya product...

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