Aaron Said:whats this called? its like mexican steak?
We Answered:Carne Asada. It's also called skirt steak or flap meat. Thin and well marbled which means it tastes great and cooks up fast. Can be prepared many ways too. I've been told carne asada loosely means grill meat or meat for the grill.
Curtis Said:Should I go with steak our mexican food for rehearsal dinner?
We Answered:mexican food for sure, that way if someone can't eat beef they can have something else.
Allison Said:looking for a simmered mexican steak recipe that you eat in a tortilla?
We Answered:One recipe that I make frequently is Lomo Saltado which is rather like the Mexican fajita recipe, but its cooked in a skillet in the manner of Swiss steak.
Slice your steak into strips and marinade in a mixture of soy sauce, red wine, garlic, lime juice, a few fresh jalapeno slices and cilantro (whole branches so you can completely remove when its time to cook). I prefer overnight to get a rich flavor and tenderness, but an hour is alright also. Discard marinate.
To a heated skillet add olive oil, then your steak and saute until its is nearly cooked, add fresh sliced tomatoes, onions and green and red peppers. Saute a few minutes until the vegetables and cook but still firm. Add a teaspoon of balsamic vinegar, and salt and black pepper and freshly chopped parsley.
Traditionally, then also mix crisply fried potato at this point. You can eat this alone, or place in flour tortillas and roll up to eat. If serving on a plate, garnish with sliced tomatoes, lime wedges and olives.
Jaime Said:How do I make steak tacos or mexican steak from mexican restaurants?
We Answered:Buy tortillas LA BANDERITA nothing else works as good. You will need meat, onions, tomato, green and red pepers. Cut the meat in stripes (enough for two people). first goes the oil at least 1/4 of cup, let it heat then throw the onion (1/2 to a whole onion), as soon as you can smell the good yummy flavor; trow the pepers (1/2 a pepper to a pepper and a1/2), when they start changing color or to look moist put the tomato (1 tomato cutted in squares) along with the meat, add salt or any other seasoning. (this takes some time for the flavor must mix up onions and peppers must be tender) Put another pan to heat, add some oil (half spoon), when hot throw the tortillas (6). lower to medium low heat, flip them after a minute or so, let them stand with low heat but keep flipping as needed. Cook them close to whem you are going to serve!
Bobby Said:Mexican enchiladas or a Big Texas steak?
We Answered:oh yeah darlin. i am a steak and potato gal!
yummy! we mustn't forget the wine.
my be a country bumpkin but I can appreciate a good wine