Top-ranked recipe named "Carne Asada"
Best on the grill, but works great under the broiler or in a saute pan.
"Delish!!! Only marinated for 5 hours and turned out amazing on the grill. Love the flavors infused and enjoyed as much as the restaurant, if not more! Hubby loves them and would definitely make again! "- Singlovedance
1. Combine all of the marinade ingredients in a ziploc bag.
2. Pound the steaks to 1/2-inch thickness. Add the steaks to the marinade. Marinate in the refrigerator for at least 2 hours and up to 12 hours, turning occasionally to ensure even distribution.
3. Discard the marinade. Grill the steaks over indirect heat for 15 minutes, flip, and continue to cook for another 15 minutes, until the steak is well done yet still tender. Let rest for 5 minutes. Chop the meat into little bits. Serve with warm tortillas, salsas, and grilled onions.
**Alternately, broil the steak for 10 minutes each side, or saute over medium high heat for 10 minutes each side.
Use a handful of mesquite wood chips for an authentic flavor. Don't use too many, as they can have a strong flavor.
roxysnowfire 4 days 15 hours agoAdding pinto beans and rice turned out good with homemade salsa
rudyom350 8 months agoGreat marinade!
nicolemallulraney 10 months agoI used flank steak, cooked to rare and sliced thin. Yum!
pwrpufgirlz 1 year agoThis has earned a place in our favorites. Next time I'll make sure to marinate for the whole overnight to make sure the flavors really meld together and help tenderize the cheaper cut off meat.
Atlviala 1 year agoYou had me when one reviewer referenced King Taco!
Clorice317 1 year agoGreat recipe. Making this for the second time tonight. Will be adding to my favorites.
dfrogge 1 year ago
kellbellwurtzel 1 year agoAbsolutley awesome!!!!!!!!
Robertnoel 1 year agoI cut the marinade quantity in half and the flavor was just wonderful.
Austinmartinez0707 1 year agoOMG it's really good, live in Mexico. Taste like King taco of East LA. Will add to our collection. A must have:)