Brent is a huge carne asada fan. That’s the first thing he looks for when he gets to a new latin-based anything restaurant. So, when he says he’s tested and finally landed on the perfect recipe, we better listen up! Here is his best foot forward for these spicy steak strips. After making them, wrap them in a tortilla for a burrito, or dice the meat small and put in tiny corn tortillas and top with a bit of onion and cilantro for street taco style eating. Or, just put them in a bowl over a bed of brown rice and top with pickled carrots, jalapeños and onions.
There is practically no wrong way to eat well-made carne asada!