This carne asada recipe infuses bold and bright Mexican flavors into tender grilled meat. The beef is marinated in citrus juices, garlic, jalapeno, cumin, and chili powder for a rustic flavor. Add it chopped up in tacos, on a salad, wrapped in a warm tortilla, or serve as a main entree with sides.
Carne asada is a staple in authentic Mexican cuisine and a popular offering on menus. It may be brought to your table sizzling on a cast iron platter or chopped up inside tacos from the local taqueria. If you haven’t made this steal at home, it’s an easy meal to prepare with fresh ingredients and common pantry items.
The steak is seared on a hot grill for a charred taste and juicy texture. The smoky aromatics and browning that the barbecue offers can’t be beaten. But don’t worry, I have some alternative stove top options so there are no culinary barriers to enjoying this mouth-watering dish….
Filed Under: Dairy Free, Entrée, Feed A Crowd, Gluten Free, Low Carb, Meats and Chicken, Mexican, Paleo, Summer, Whole30 Tagged With: beef, chili, cilantro, cumin, garlic, green onion, jalapeno, lime, orange juice, pepper, salt, soy sauce, steak