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.
Speedy Gonzales seems to have made his way into Mexican restaurant menus. This dish named after an iconic cartoon is a combination of tacos, enchiladas and rice or beans. It looks delicious but I KNOW we can make it better.
Hard shell tacos are a version of tacos that’s unique and popular because they are delicious and its crunchy texture is so enjoyable. The meat should be well seasoned to impart flavor through each bite and the toppings add an extra touch of magic. For instance; this marinade has chipotle and paprika for smokiness, lime to bring balance and a few spices for complex flavors. These tacos not only look amazing but are a crowd pleaser!
Discada is a traditional Mexican dish that originated in the northern states of Mexico. The dish is typically made on a large, concave metal disc, simply know as disco. It’s a very versatile dish and the cuts and types of meat may vary depending on the situation.This is a great alternative for tacos, discada tacos! What an amazing dish!
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.
Soft, buttery homemade flour tortillas are without a doubt unbeatable. From the kneading process to watching them puff as they cook, they do not disappoint. Once you master the process, I assure you will be making these on repeat! store bought do not compare to homemade flour tortillas, not even close.
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!