If you order this dish know that Cocina Azúl started preparing it three days ago. Based on a time-honored family recipe the secret to this delicious carne lies in its lengthy preparation. First the pork is brined for 24 hours then further marinated in a special blend of spices. The meat then spends another 48 hours in the restaurant’s signature red chile. Only then can customers experience the slow-cooked flavor and signature mild heat. Buen provecho!