Tuesday, November 18, 2008

To Daniel, From Wikipedia.

Carne asada is a roasted beef dish, literally meaning "roasted meat"[1][2]. The dish mainly consists of pieces or thin cuts of beef (e.g. flank steak, skirt steak), sometimes marinated, sometimes lightly salted or rubbed with salt, pepper and/or spices, and then grilled. It can be eaten alone, with side dishes, chopped and eaten as tacos, or chopped and used as filler for tortas, burritos, etc. It is commonly accompanied with guacamole, salsa, beans, and grilled scallions and tortillas.


Melissa's thoughts.. Aka.. It's also the name of the dish. So I guess we were both right!

3 comments:

Daniel said...

Excellent research, and now you know what type of meat to buy next time.

Lisa said...

Yes!! I did it, I finally remembered my correct name and password! Okay, now on to the comment.

Good job.

Geesh... That's all I wanted to say, too.

Kristina P. said...

Congrats on your pregnancy! I think you need some Chacon to help you out.

I will be back!