Carne Asada Recipe
1/2 pound of Steak or roast cut into thin strips, per a person served*
1/2 Cup of Tequila
Pour Tequila over the steak strips, do not use too much as it needs to be lightly coated not drowning. Pre heat a frying pan on high. Splash a few drops of Tequila in the pan, it should be sizzling crisply. Carefully place the covered strips of steak in the frying pan, being care to not spill any of the tequila on the stove. It can easily start a fire! It is a good idea to have a lid or a cookie sheet nearby to snuff the fire out it.
Cook for about 4-5 minutes then flip to the other side. Repeat. The meat should look a little shiny or greasy when you pull it out.
Garnish with Guacamole, sour cream, Spanish Rice, Beans or use in Fajitas, Burritos, Tacos, chimichungas, or any Mexican inspired dish.
*London Broil is good for this and is fairly cheap. Also if you have an Asian or Mexican food store nearby they’ll have thin slices of beef already cut. The butcher can usually slice steaks and roast this thin.