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Carne Asada


Carne Asada

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Carne Asada
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Carne Asada is meat (usually beef or pork, but more usually beef), cut into thin diagonal strips, and usually cooked quickly by grilling. It is prepared this way in Mexico, and throughout Central America and the Caribbean.

Carne Asada is often used in tacos.



Language Notes

Even though "carne" just means "meat" in Spanish, in "carne asada" the meat is usually beef. "Asada" means "broil" or "roasted", as in cooking something over a flame. The word to grill or roast in Spanish is "asar."

Meat Dishes

Agneau au Beurre; Aussie Meat Pies; Beef Dishes; Beef Wellington; Bouchées à la Périgourdine; Bouchées à la Reine; Cantonese Pressed Duck; Carne Adovada; Carne Asada; Chicken Fried Steak; Chop Suey; Coronation Chicken; Cottage Pie; Currywurst; Devils On Horseback; Duck à l'Orange; Faggots; Fricassée de Porc à la Genevoise; Fritto Misto; Garbage Plate; Golden Jubilee Chicken; Gremolata; Ground Meat Dishes; Lincolnshire Stuffed Chine; Meat Dishes; Mock Duck; Northumbrian Duck; Peking Duck; Pigs-in-a-Blanket; Pinnekjøtt; Pot-En-Pot Acadien; Pressed Duck; Pulled Pork; Quails à la Diane; Spiedies; Steak Diane; Sushi del Chianti; Teriyaki; Tiger Meat; Tonkatsu; Turducken; TV Dinners; Ulster Fry; White Meat and Gravy; Wiener Schnitzel; Woodcock à la Diane; Xaccuti; XimXim; Yosenabe

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Citation

Oulton, Randal. "Carne Asada." CooksInfo.com. Published 21 August 2004; revised 12 March 2010. Web. Accessed 11/20/2017. <http://www.cooksinfo.com/carne-asada>.

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