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Roxy

Nov 30, 1919, 12:00 AM

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We just back from a visit to Saltillo, Mexico, and visited a restaurant called Las Brasas. There we had arrachera. They served what I suspect was a marinated or spiced beef grilled and cut into pieces with fresh guacomole, tortilla's and all the assorted condiments. I'd love to try and make this here. Is there a recipe available for the beef, and condiments that are traditional. Thanks.




jennifer rose

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Arrachera is skirt steak. There's no hard-and-fast formula for its marinade, which can range from a simple sprinkling of lime juice, Adolf's meat tenderizer, black pepper to something more complex, depending upon the condition of the meat and what the cook has on hand. Even the commercial fajita seasonings will suffice.



eduardo salazar

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just buy a fajita beef
and put some seasoning all and thas all



James Schoonover

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