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cookiedog
This is my favorite kind of taco from a taqueria. Don't leave out the pineapple- pieces of it in which make it so good! The cook time includes time in fridge. This recipe includes directions for both the grill or oven. Recipe from Baja: Cooking on the Edge.
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Melissa Roberts
A popular taco filling in Mexico, pork al pastor is usually cooked in a huge slab on a vertical rotisserie (like Middle Eastern shawarma) and sliced off to order, so that the outside bits are crisp and golden and the inside is juicy and tender. Cooks often stick an onion or a pineapple on top of the rotisserie so that its juices drip down over the well-seasoned meat. Pineapple takes a more central role in this grilled version: The puréed fruit sweetens the basting sauce, while chunks of it join the pork and onion on the skewers. A homemade salsa and an array of accompaniments invite guests to get in on the action.
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unclefedor
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Serve with chips, guacamole, cuminscented rice, a big tossed salad and plenty of beer.8 small dried red chiles, seeded and crushedcup vegetable oil1 cups pineapple juice4 garlic cloves, peeled1 tablespoon chicken bouillon granules1 cups white ...
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International Recipes
Serve with chips, guacamole, cuminscented rice, a big tossed salad and plenty of beer.8 small dried red chiles, seeded and crushedcup vegetable oil1 cups pineapple juice4 garlic cloves, peeled1 tablespoon chicken bouillon granules1 cups white ...
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cookiedog
Tacos al Pastor literally means "shepherd's tacos". Commercially in Mexico, the meat is cooked on a rotating spit and carved into thin slices to fill tacos. This recipe gives you some of the same flavors and you can make it at home. I like to serve it with grilled pineapple slices from my grill pan or the backyard grill. Recipe from TACOS.
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Steven Raichlen
These pineapple and pork tacos are the original fusion food—a cross between Middle Eastern shawarma and the guajillo-rubbed grilled pork served by Mexican street vendors. The pork needs to marinate four hours.
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Cabrito Al Pastor recipe. Ready In: 3 hrs 20 min Makes 8 servings 62 per serving Ingredients: goat, salt, vinegar, ---, guacamole, white onion, tomato, cilantro, serrano chiles, frijoles de olla, mozzarella cheese, flour tortillas
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cookiedog
Believe it or not, I am posting yet another pastor recipe! I love this stuff! Never, ever, forget the extra grilled pineapple, it makes them something special. The meat needs to marinate from 4 hours up to 1 day. From Bon Appetit May 2008. Cook's tip: To make your own guajillo chile powder, finely grind about 6 large dried seeded guajillo chiles in a spice mill to yield about 1/4 cup powder.
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Mexi-Rosie
Tacos eaten during lent. Seemed to have originated in Baja California.
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Jill Santopietro
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