Saturday, March 22, 2008
2. Then chop the beef into thin slices. This takes quite a bit of time and energy. I didn’t have a big grill with two butcher knives to chop them while cooking. It’s still better than using ground beef.
3. Marinate the beef with salt, black pepper, paprika, chili powder, minced garlic and a little bit of water (water helps the ingredients to penetrate into the meat better).
Mix around the ingredients.
4. Cook the meat. I pan fried the meat and it still turned out very delicious.
5. Depending on how you like your tortillas, you can heat it up on a pan until you have some brown spots on it. Heating will make it nice and crispy. You have to heat up tortillas one way or another.
6. Throw on the ingredients and maybe a piece of lime or lemon on the side. I like fresh squeezed lemon and a lot of hot sauce on my tacos. This recipe was pretty good. If you like some kick, Tapatio is definitely one of the best hot sauces for Mexican food.