We all know tacos are delicious by nature! And tacos al pastor are true contender. We love the unique cooking process using a spit, but since most of us don’t have one. Im going to be using my grill. Everything works together like a puzzle.
“Barbecue” for hispanic is called “carne asada.” The dish and gathering is all about great flavors and having a great time.
Birria is a dish from Jalisco but loved and made all over Mexico. In fact, we love it so much there is many ways to serve birria. The most popular one is Quesa tacos which has become a sensation and for a GREAT reason, they are DELICIOUS! Prepare to crave this recipe for the rest of your life.
Authentic red Mexican salsa with chipotle is nothing less than perfection. And, you would be surprised at how easy it us to make. First, try your very best to buy yourself a molcajete because you’ll be blown away at the end result. Something wonderful happens as you mash the ingredients with the pestle because all the natural oils released turn into a salsa thats impossible to compare.
Carnitas originated in the state of Michoacán, Mexico and means “little meat.” The pork meat is slow cooked in lard until melt in your mouth tender. In this recipe we use an instant pot which does wonders. Pressure cooking drastically reduces the time it takes to cook them and infuses the meat with a TON of flavor.
Homemade tortillas are a traditional staple in Mexican cuisine. They are typically made with just two ingredients: masa harina (flour), and water. It’s that simple! Tortillas can be used in a variety of dishes; such as, tacos, burritos, and enchiladas. They can also be served as a side dish with beans, rice, and other Mexican-inspired dishes. Overall, homemade corn tortillas are unique and delicious. Better than freshly baked bread!
Taquerias all over Mexico sell beef tongue tacos Lengua (tongue) is used in so many cuisines all over the world. In Mexico, it is a true delicacy and if cooked correctly, its melt in your mouth delicious. While growing up, eating beef tongue tacos was…