Cuban roast pork, also known as lechón asado, is a traditional dish in Cuban cuisine. It is made by slow roasting a whole pig over an open fire or in a rotisserie oven. The pork is marinated in a mixture of garlic, sour orange juice, and spices, and is typically served with black beans, white rice, and plantains.


To serve, the pork is usually sliced and served with sides such as black beans, rice, and plantains. Cuban roast pork is often served at special occasions and celebrations, such as weddings and birthdays, and is a popular dish at Cuban restaurants and festivals.