Carne Asada – The Best Stuff Ever

Carne Asada was something that I was introduced to while spending tons of time with the Hispanic people in Arizona. And I have to say that I certainly don’t regret getting to know it. It’s stellar. It’s incredibly tasty and very versatile. It can be ripped apart with a tortilla and smothered with salsa, beans, and rice. Or, if you feel so inclined, guacamole, cilantro, and other things may be added as well. The point is, you can eat it just about however you want, and it will taste amazing in any way.

Anyway, this recipe was found a little while ago in the Deseret News, and I figured that since I didn’t necessarily have a recipe, I might as well keep this one. Then it sat on my wall for awhile and I decided that it should be removed from there. What better place to store it than on the internet? The internet is an amazing place. Now I can share it and recycle the paper, all at the same time!

2 Comments

  1. Wow. This does sound good. It reminds me of the taco stand that I went to in Mexico almost everyday I was there. It was sooo good, and a lot of it was like this, only you would get just plain beef or pork. And there you could only get it with guacamole, cilantro, and then add beans if you wanted. But this sounds really amazing!

  2. Why yes, it is amazing. I think that one of these days I’m gunna have to host a good ‘ole Carne Asada at my house. Hmmm…. That would be tasty.

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