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Carne Asada Burritos - Sat, 12/8/07 10:32 AM
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I lived in San Diego for 15 years and there were Mexican Stands with names like Roberto's,Alberto's,Hilberto's etc. They all served a large Burrito called a Carne Asada it has what i believe is skirt steak marinated in lime juice and other stuff then cooked and put into a large tortilla with onions,salsa fresca and alot of cilantro. And of course ripe avocado. I have been able to make a close version however it is not exact. If anyone knows how to make one just like the ones in San Diego I am sure alot of us would be in your debt. For those of you whom have never tried one next time you get to San Diego it is a must try. Thanks Russ

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RE: Carne Asada Burritos - Sat, 12/8/07 10:56 AM
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I'll be watching ... Sounds great, I've been to San Diego and know exactly what you mean.

Isn't the steak usually cooked over an open fire?

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RE: Carne Asada Burritos - Sat, 12/8/07 11:02 AM
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Do you think a San Diego Carne Asada Burrito is different than an LA one, or a Redding one, or a Medford one?
Is there something in the SD spicing?

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RE: Carne Asada Burritos - Sat, 12/8/07 11:37 AM
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It's that they're so readily available. We're talking every corner in the county. It's like getting a burger in most places. It's part of the culture. It's not about better or worse. It's just everywhere.

Go Chargers!

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RE: Carne Asada Burritos - Sat, 12/8/07 11:37 AM
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Where's BT? He hits alot of them stands out there..

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RE: Carne Asada Burritos - Sat, 12/8/07 12:24 PM
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Originally posted by cornfed

It's that they're so readily available. We're talking every corner in the county. It's like getting a burger in most places. It's part of the culture. It's not about better or worse. It's just everywhere.

Go Chargers!

That's why I'm interested if they use some spice unique to SD, or if it just tastes better because of where it's being eaten. Maybe the fresh citrus used in the marinade, or oranges in addition to the traditional lime. Cloves too, in some recipes. I can't find anything specific to SD though.
This OC Weekly article says it's the butchers doing the spices, each shop having their own spin:
http://www.ocweekly.com/food/food/checklist-please/20826/

Norcal vs. Socal Carne Asada. Hmmm. Now I'm intrigued
if the spices change as the burro heads North up I 5.

Uncle Vic, BT, when he's in SF is closer to me in Southern Oregon than he is to San Diego. Califoria's not that wide, but it's 800 freakin' miles long

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RE: Carne Asada Burritos - Sat, 12/8/07 12:34 PM
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Originally posted by bill voss

Do you think a San Diego Carne Asada Burrito is different than an LA one, or a Redding one, or a Medford one?
Is there something in the SD spicing?


Definatly different in San Diego than other places. Trust me I have tried them in Chicago, Grand Rapids, Denver, LA, Vegas and many other places. No beans, lettuce,cheese,or rice just Marinated Skirt Steak, Pico De Gallo, Avocado and a thin salsa. Served in a slightle grilled flour tortilla. They finisk the meat on a griddle and it has the juices make a kind of light gravy. Quite salty and limes are used. The marinade is the secret to success. Thanks Russ

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RE: Carne Asada Burritos - Sat, 12/8/07 12:58 PM
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searching a litttle more, I found this post from CH talking about Mexican sweet limes. Maybe that is the difference....
http://www.chow.com/recipes/10679
The steak in the picture is not cut like any asada I know. Here in LA, Beef for asada come in long, thin sheets. The recipe also forgot to use any cilantro, heaping handfuls are the norm, or any salt or white pepper, or any chili pepper! We also use mexican sweet limes, which look like lemons and are sweeter and yield more juice than a green lime. I've never HEARD of sugar, ick! We use the beer, WHITE onions, lemon, garlic ad the stuff I mentioned above.

Since the beef comes already in the strips, we layer it with the marinade in a big container or bag, let it sit overnight, and grill it, flipping once. It cooks WAY QUICK. Then we serve it right away with fresh, warm, corn tortillas, more cilantro and onion-maybe some avacado sauce (not guaccamole, sauce) and salsa fresca.

Whomever invented this recipe seems to have made up thier own "asadaish" recipe, outta their nether regions.

Diana | May 24, 2007 03:52PM

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RE: Carne Asada Burritos - Sat, 12/8/07 1:11 PM
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SD carne asada isn't any different than anywhere else here in So Cal. it's marinated strips of skirt almost alway cooked on a flat grill, or sometimes over open flames. If you order the burrito you get it like the OP described, and if you order a carne asada plate they grill and serve it with sliced onions and jalapeƱos.

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RE: Carne Asada Burritos - Sat, 12/8/07 1:17 PM
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Our Carne up here is really good too, Capt. But we don't have those limes. Or maybe we do, and I've never realized the difference. I'll go out and scout around up here and ask some folks. Our local Mexi population hails from your part of the woods more than SF. Straight shot up I 5.

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RE: Carne Asada Burritos - Sat, 12/8/07 2:52 PM
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I prefer to cook with tart limes like a Bearss over the sweeter ones.

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RE: Carne Asada Burritos - Sat, 12/8/07 3:46 PM
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Originally posted by enginecapt

I prefer to cook with tart limes like a Bearss over the sweeter ones.

I think Mexican limes are the best for marinating and they make the only ones I use in a bloddy mary

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RE: Carne Asada Burritos - Thu, 12/13/07 4:33 PM
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Can't go wrong with authentic border style mexican food!!

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RE: Carne Asada Burritos - Thu, 12/13/07 8:49 PM
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I will be in San Diego on Dec 26th-28th for the Holiday Bowl. Will plan on doing a bit of field research on the subject!



Meanwhile, here is Carne Asada, Tucson Style!












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RE: Carne Asada Burritos - Thu, 12/13/07 8:55 PM
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Looks fantastic!!

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RE: Carne Asada Burritos - Mon, 12/17/07 10:46 AM
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The Carne Asada burrito is available EVERYWHERE in Las Cruces New Mexico. From restaurants to convenience stores/gas stations, they are available, and usually for very cheap. This has become a staple of mine since I've moved here. In fact, many people eat these for breakfast.

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RE: Carne Asada Burritos - Sat, 01/12/08 6:20 AM
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Robertos in Las Vegas, Nevada makes great carne asada burritos. They're even cheap. I think I spend $6 with guacamole added on the burrito and rice and beans on the side and skip getting a drink their and take home. They have a great carrrot sald there that's included with the salsa bar.

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RE: Carne Asada Burritos - Fri, 05/16/08 12:26 PM
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Originally posted by Russ Jackson

Definatly different in San Diego than other places. Trust me I have tried them in Chicago, Grand Rapids, Denver, LA, Vegas and many other places. No beans, lettuce,cheese,or rice just Marinated Skirt Steak, Pico De Gallo, Avocado and a thin salsa. Served in a slightle grilled flour tortilla. They finisk the meat on a griddle and it has the juices make a kind of light gravy. Quite salty and limes are used. The marinade is the secret to success. Thanks Russ


Where did you have one in Grand Rapids? I've been trying to find a good one since I got back from San Diego a couple months ago.

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RE: Carne Asada Burritos - Fri, 05/16/08 1:09 PM
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The Carne Asada burritos from Roberto's Taco shop(s) in SD were the bomb along with a side of the rolled taco's.

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RE: Carne Asada Burritos - Fri, 05/16/08 8:31 PM
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When I was in Las Vegas last month, I hit the Roberto's Taco Shop right across from UNLV. I got a carne asada burrito and a carnitas burrito. Both rank as some of the best I've ever had.

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RE: Carne Asada Burritos - Sun, 05/18/08 10:57 AM
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As carne asada just means "roasted meat", I can see that there might be regional variations.

Think of it as the Mexican version of, "What goes on a hot dog?"

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RE: Carne Asada Burritos - Tue, 07/1/08 3:57 PM
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Costco sells a marinated skirt steak Carne Asada, ready for grilling. It's pretty damn good.You can make your own Burrito's!!!!

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RE: Carne Asada Burritos - Tue, 07/1/08 4:45 PM
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Don, your right! Carne Asada here in Texas is different at every place you order it. It comes as a steak at many places. Some areas may have a more consistent version. The worst I ever had was wonderfull! :~)
Joe

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RE: Carne Asada Burritos - Tue, 07/1/08 6:17 PM
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Originally posted by PapaJoe8

Don, your right! Carne Asada here in Texas is different at every place you order it. It comes as a steak at many places. Some areas may have a more consistent version. The worst I ever had was wonderfull! :~)
Joe


"Carne Asada" just means "Grilled Meat" could be beef, goat, chicken, steak, ribs etc. That's why it is so different everywhere. Sorry if you already knew this.

joe

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RE: Carne Asada Burritos - Tue, 07/1/08 6:34 PM
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Originally posted by PapaJoe8

Don, your right! Carne Asada here in Texas is different at every place you order it. It comes as a steak at many places. Some areas may have a more consistent version. The worst I ever had was wonderfull! :~)
Joe


However in San Diego they are all about the same. Unlike other places you go they are all different. It is in the marinade and the way they cook the meat. It has remained the same thru the years. I wish a cook or past cook would post the recipe. I am sure I am missing something. One of my goals in life is to duplicate it....Russ

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RE: Carne Asada Burritos - Wed, 07/2/08 9:11 AM
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Actually Joe, I have never seen anything but beef around here. Maybe a bit further south you might find the other meats.

I wish I had that recipe for you Russ. Know anyone in SD?
Joe

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RE: Carne Asada Burritos - Wed, 07/2/08 11:01 AM
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On my many adventures in baja california and the los Cabos area, carne asada usually comes as a lightly marinated skirt steak thrown on a screaming hot grill briefly. Having seen these small roadside kitchens, I know Maggi sauce, garlic, chilis, and cumin are frequent flavor contributors to the marinades in Mexico.

But it is one of those dishes with as much regional and family variation as saying "meatloaf" in the states. What you're thinking of, and what you get, can be two different things.

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RE: Carne Asada Burritos - Fri, 12/4/09 9:07 AM
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Carne Asada Recipe

2 pounds flank or skirt steak
Olive oil
Kosher salt and freshly ground black pepper
Marinade:
4 garlic cloves, minced
1 jalapeƱo chile pepper, seeded and minced
1 teaspoon freshly ground cumin seed (best to lightly toast the seeds first, then grind them)
1 large handful fresh cilantro, leaves and stems, finely chopped (great flavor in the stems)
Kosher salt and freshly ground black pepper
2 limes, juiced
2 tablespoons white vinegar
1/2 teaspoon sugar
1/2 cup olive oil

Method

 
1 Lay the flank steak in a large non-reactive bowl or baking dish. Combine marinade ingredients and pour the marinade over the steak. Make sure each piece is well coated. Cover in plastic wrap and refrigerate for 1-4 hours.
 
2 Preheat your grill over medium-high flame (you can also use a cast iron grill pan on high heat for stove-top cooking). Brush the grates with a little oil to prevent the meat from sticking. Remove the steak from the marinade. If you are cooking indoors, you may want to brush off excess marinade as the bits may burn and smoke on the hot pan. Season both sides of the steak pieces with salt and pepper. Grill the pieces for a few minutes only, on each side, depending on how thin they are, until medium rare to well done, to your preference. You may need to work in batches. Remove the steak pieces to a cutting board and let rest for 5 minutes. Thinly slice the steak across the grain on a diagonal.
(Optional) Serve with warm tortillas (flour or corn). Warm the tortillas for 30 seconds on each side in a dry skillet or on the grill, until toasty and pliable. Alternatively, you can warm tortillas in a microwave: heating just one or two at a time, place tortillas on a paper towel and microwave them for 15 to 20 seconds each on high

...Russ


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RE: Carne Asada Burritos - Fri, 12/4/09 9:45 AM
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I'm not sure I've ever seen olive oil in a mexi place. interesting.

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RE: Carne Asada Burritos - Fri, 12/4/09 10:03 AM
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bill voss


I'm not sure I've ever seen olive oil in a mexi place. interesting.


I agree but it looks close. I am sure rendered lard would be better...Russ

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RE: Carne Asada Burritos - Fri, 12/4/09 6:09 PM
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My little 8 year old eats 4 Carne Asada tacos with Cotija Cheese and cilantro at least twice a week ($1.25 ea)..............The Mexicans may have come to America but they still use the same junk meat they used in Mexico. Mexican never had a choice when it came to good meat they always got the scraps from the rich Ranchers in the old days. This tradition lives on, The meat is still not up to what Americans eat.
  I take Sirloin, or New York and pound it thin marinate with lime juice, salt and pepper. cook on a BBQ, slice and build mini corn Tacos, burritos or Quesadillas. I don't buy the fact you have to use junk meat to make a simple inexpensive dish. I was born in a country that offers a choice of quality meat and I will use the best I can raise or buy......BillyB

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RE: Carne Asada Burritos - Fri, 12/4/09 7:41 PM
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I'm not sure if this will help, but here's a link that may be of interest:
http://chef2chef.net/reci...tion/mexican/page1.php

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RE: Carne Asada Burritos - Sat, 12/5/09 12:19 AM
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All, I stumbled upon this thread and immediatly began salivating. After 24 years in the Navy, I spent my last twelve years of active duty in San Diego and the plethora of REAL GOOD mexican carne asada purveryors is endless. I lived in IB (Imperial Beach) and there was a joint on Palm Avenue named Jalisco's... awesome. I worked at Fleet Combat Training Center in Point Loma we went to lunch down this long hill which ended at Santana's. The carne asada burrito was twice the size of a football. I now reside in Georgetown Texas and what passes for carne asada here is pathetic. Fortunately I get to go to Oxnard on occasion  and they got truely awesome carne asada too. (Not to mention the menudo!) EAT ON!

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RE: Carne Asada Burritos - Mon, 12/21/09 7:26 PM
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Thanks for sharing that recipe Russ Jackson. I can't think of anything I want more than a yummy Carne Asada Burrito right now...with onions and cilantro. Sounds fabulous! :)

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RE: Carne Asada Burritos - Mon, 12/21/09 7:40 PM
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If you are near Escondido Ca stop by this place
http://www.kennedyskarne.com/
They use choice angus beef and have an orange marinated carne that is great, besides the one that wins all the awards.

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RE: Carne Asada Burritos - Mon, 12/21/09 7:54 PM
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Your link has too many redundant characters and doesn't resolve. Here it is cleaned up: http://www.kennedyskarne.com/

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RE: Carne Asada Burritos - Mon, 10/31/11 12:56 AM
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BillyB


My little 8 year old eats 4 Carne Asada tacos with Cotija Cheese and cilantro at least twice a week ($1.25 ea)..............The Mexicans may have come to America but they still use the same junk meat they used in Mexico. Mexican never had a choice when it came to good meat they always got the scraps from the rich Ranchers in the old days. This tradition lives on, The meat is still not up to what Americans eat.
  I take Sirloin, or New York and pound it thin marinate with lime juice, salt and pepper. cook on a BBQ, slice and build mini corn Tacos, burritos or Quesadillas. I don't buy the fact you have to use junk meat to make a simple inexpensive dish. I was born in a country that offers a choice of quality meat and I will use the best I can raise or buy......BillyB


Wow Billy...that is SUCH a douch bag thing to say. I'm Mexican and its nothing like u say about the whole meat thing lol. Where do u get ur info? Anyway, New Mexican food (I live in NM) is the closest u can get to Mexican food cuz most Mexicans live here anyway. The best carne asada burrito I have ever eaten was from "Caesar's" mexican/greek restaurant. They are big and so delicious! Very authentic :)


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RE: Carne Asada Burritos - Mon, 10/31/11 10:07 AM
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When I lived in San Diego and worked in Point Loma there was a place we would frequent for lunch that had these monster carne asada burritos. It was called Alberto's and it was on the corner of Rosecranz and Shelter Island drive. They would use really thin marinated slices of meat and I sure wish I could duplicate their meat hare in Texas. The carne asada I get here is nothing like what I used to get in San Diego....sigh.

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Re:Carne Asada Burritos - Mon, 10/31/11 3:01 PM
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Russ Jackson


I lived in San Diego for 15 years and there were Mexican Stands with names like Roberto's,Alberto's,Hilberto's etc. They all served a large Burrito called a Carne Asada it has what i believe is skirt steak marinated in lime juice and other stuff then cooked and put into a large tortilla with onions,salsa fresca and alot of cilantro. And of course ripe avocado. I have been able to make a close version however it is not exact. If anyone knows how to make one just like the ones in San Diego I am sure alot of us would be in your debt. For those of you whom have never tried one next time you get to San Diego it is a must try. Thanks Russ

 
I just always called all those The "O" Places. I'll take a Chili R Buritto to go along with that Carne Asada.


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Re:Carne Asada Burritos - Mon, 10/31/11 4:35 PM
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A Carne Asada Burrito would be in my last meal for sure...Russ

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Re:Carne Asada Burritos - Mon, 10/31/11 6:25 PM
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New Times Magazine Best of Phoenix 2011:
http://www.sonoramesquitegrill.com/
Have not been there but the New Times list is well respected.

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Re:Carne Asada Burritos - Fri, 07/20/12 11:47 PM
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Skirt is too chewy for lots of Americans although it tastes great. We've had good results with a cheaper cut called "beef knuckle" which apparently comes from the same place on a cow that ground sirloin comes from. We get it sliced thin, it has some gristle veins that need to be trimmed out but it works great with this quick & dirty asada recipe:
 
Juice and pulp from two oranges
Juice and pulp from four limes
Eight cloves garlic
At least two teaspoons salt. Don't spare the salt
Olive oil. Like 1/2 the total volume of the above items
One dried chile morita w/o seeds, or one canned chipotle, or a healthy jolt of cayenne
 
Process in a blender or similar. Don't need to marinate in this, can dunk before cooking or even brush on. Cook it HOT preferably over flame. The orange pulp will char just when it's ready to come off the heat.
 
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Re:Carne Asada Burritos - Sat, 07/21/12 6:34 AM
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El Tepeyac in Los Angeles had an almost 3 lb  carne asada burrito that was both huge and satisfying. 

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Re:Carne Asada Burritos - Tue, 07/31/12 7:04 PM
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Russ Jackson


I lived in San Diego for 15 years and there were Mexican Stands with names like Roberto's,Alberto's,Hilberto's etc. They all served a large Burrito called a Carne Asada it has what i believe is skirt steak marinated in lime juice and other stuff then cooked and put into a large tortilla with onions,salsa fresca and alot of cilantro. And of course ripe avocado. I have been able to make a close version however it is not exact. If anyone knows how to make one just like the ones in San Diego I am sure alot of us would be in your debt. For those of you whom have never tried one next time you get to San Diego it is a must try. Thanks Russ


 
I have also tried to duplicate the same carne asada..  can't do it.  I miss them so much.  I used to get the burrito and rolled tacos with guac and sour cream.  I think it cost me like 6 bucks... my mouth is watering thinking about it.  I still have yet to find a place that is as good.

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Re:Carne Asada Burritos - Tue, 07/31/12 7:33 PM
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I like when these old Russ Jackson threads come back to life.  Ya never know, maybe old Russ will come back to life also

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RE: Carne Asada Burritos - Fri, 09/7/12 4:44 PM
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ooops old thread! 
<message edited by SantacruzTacoCo on Fri, 09/7/12 4:48 PM>

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RE: Carne Asada Burritos - Thu, 09/27/12 2:14 PM
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Another ex San Diegan here. Nothing like going to any of the O places. Carne Asada Burrito, 3 rolled w/quac and sour cream and a quesadilla. Yea buddy!!!!

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Re:Carne Asada Burritos - Sat, 03/16/13 2:08 PM
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hey there i used to live in San Diego when ever i wanted to eat carne asada there was a place called Kennedys Carne i always go there to eat taste was realy very good and rate were pretty low you should try it out too


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RE: Carne Asada Burritos - Sat, 03/16/13 2:14 PM
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i am not sure you will like it or not but you should visit Kennedys Carne they use good quality meat meat which will meet your exceptions and its realy tasty and price is fair just visit once you will like it or if you want to order you can call them and order it they will deliver it at your door steps to contact call Phone: (760)-604-8773 or mail at Info@KennedysKarne.com
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RE: Carne Asada Burritos - Sat, 03/16/13 3:18 PM
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The perfect place for your St. Paddy's Day Asada.

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RE: Carne Asada Burritos - Wed, 03/20/13 9:56 PM
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sounds legit!

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RE: Carne Asada Burritos - Tue, 05/14/13 11:39 AM
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Really lovely.....! Amazing.