How can i fix this Black beans and pork shoulder recipe I put to much garlic and it's gross
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If the mixture tastes too strong, you can try adding a little bit of fat (a pat of butter, a splash of cream) to help mellow things out.
When I make chillie which turns out too strong or spicy, I add frozen sweet corn.
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Can you remove some of it? Are they whole cloves? Another option is to dilute it by adding more pork shoulder.
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Orange zest and juice, along with a lot of chopped cilantro, including stems, might help. That's how I make the pork shoulder to eat with black beans and rice . . . . ;o)
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